Community Village is a part of the Oregon Country Fair Family and is dedicated to education, information access, and networking for progressive social change. We create a spiritual center manifesting the Village Vision of love, peace, trust, justice, cooperation, equality, and social service. By believing in dreams, thinking of others, valuing differences, and experimenting with new ideas, we hope to expand our consciousness, growing beyond the Fair into the world at large.
We agree to not engage in hear-say and to encourage others to not participate in hear-say.
We agree to speak with honor, integrity and respect about each other;
in the event we have constructive criticism to share, we will talk to each other directly,
though using another as a sounding board is OK.
We agree to try to operate from a place of trust that we do not mean each other harm.
OCF CODE OF CONDUCT
We are an association of equals. Each and every member of our community is entitled to respectful and equitable treatment by all other participants. The Guidelines apply whenever and wherever we gather for OCF activities or discussion, in person or online.
The OCF is committed to the principles of
non–violence. Mental, verbal, physical, or sexual abuse will not be tolerated.
We share reverence for the land. Stewardship is everyone’s responsibility. Please help protect the plant and animal life whose space we share and work to extend this practice beyond the OCF and into daily life.
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This was lovely to rread