Join us for our FREE monthly film series featuring films centering on food, farms and justice.

Bring a friend or a snack to share and earn cowries for attending!

December 13, 2015, 3-5 pm
Intersect Art Center
3630 Ohio Street
St. Louis, MO 63118

This month we feature: PlaneatThe story of three men’s life-long search for a diet which is good for our health, the environment and the future of our planet – showcasing some of the best food you have ever seen. Planeat is a 2010 British documentary film by Or Shlomi and Shelley Lee Davies. The film discusses the possible nutritional and environmental benefits of adopting a whole foodsplant-based diet based on the research of T. Colin CampbellCaldwell Esselstyn and Gidon Eshel.   

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We are a unique timebank whose name reflects the ancient practice of exchanging with currency that predates our current use of paper dollars and metal coins. Cowry shells were used as currency for centuries across the world throughout Africa and in China and continue to be used ceremonially among indigenous peoples of North America. By naming ourselves, The Cowry Collective, we give reference and reverence to these practices that have come before us and have paved the way for the alternative currency movement today. In our timebank, for every hour of service you do, you earn a cowry. (commonly referred to as a timedollar or time credit in the timebanking world).

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