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The Rainbow Family of Living Light (usually simply referred to as the Rainbow Family) is a leaderless movement of loosely affiliated individuals who put on events known as Rainbow Gatherings as well as other community minded social activities. The movement does not have leaders, representatives or an organization. It is longstanding Rainbow Family consensus that nobody has ever, or ever will represent the Rainbow Family” and “in no way should anyone who volunteers to associate themselves as a focalizer be considered as representing the Rainbow Family.”
Rainbow expounds a vision of cooperation and coexistence for the healing and the betterment of humankind. Peace for the sake of peace without measure and beyond what can be known.
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|PDF- The Forest Service discussed their plans for handling the Rainbow Gathering event that is gaining momentum as it heads into its July 4 culmination. Employees of the Carson National Forest and a Type III incident management team that have been brought in to take lead for the happening spoke to the public Thursday (June 24) to explain their plan of action and provide general information about the gathering.|
|PDF – A throng of mostly out-of-state visitors nestled into a mountain valley west of Taos this week, erecting a city of tents and painted school buses and preparing for a celebration expected to draw thousands.|
|PDF – Taos County Sheriff’s Deputies arrested an Albuquerque man on Friday (June 18) after witnesses said he was shooting a firearm randomly and driving recklessly around Forest Road 439 at the site of the annual Rainbow Family Gathering in Taos County.|