2019 Recordings Available to Stream Free

Around the globe, we are experiencing a momentous time in the history of our fellowship.

Now more than ever we need to stay connected. The 2021 Host Committee has decided to make our past 2019 recordings freely available to the fellowship at large during this challenging time.

Click the link below to stream the following presentations from the Fifth (V) Symposium on A.A. History, including the theatrical performance from Saturday night’s banquet.
Why I Study  A.A. History – Newton P., U.S. Trustee-at-Large
A.A. on North American Reservations – Don C. (Colorado Springs, CO), Rod B. (Salt Lake City, UT) & Greg M. (Henderson, NV)
The Untold Story of A.A. in San Quentin Prison – Jackie B. (San Francisco, CA)
The Debate over Special Purpose Groups – Joe C. (Toronto, ONT)
Bill’s “Spook” Sessions – Dan Carracino, Co-Director of the PBS documentary Bill W.: The Creative Force Behind Alcoholics Anonymous Early Group Problems – Kevin Hanlon, Co-Director of the PBS documentary Bill W.: The Creative Force Behind Alcoholics Anonymous
Dr. Bob’s Letters – Michelle Mirza, GSO Archivist
“Varieties of Spiritual Experience” – Jay S. (Sedona, AZ)
“Alcohólicos Anónimos” Carrying the Message to the Spanish-Speaking World – Juan R. (Holister, CA)

Use the following password to access the 2019 recordings: thebroadhighway
 
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Use the following password to access the 2019 recordings: thebroadhighway
GET INTO ACTION TO PRESERVE OUR HISTORY!
  Don’t put off recording the vital oral histories of our groups and old-timers any longer. Click here for AAWS’s Oral Histories Kit and consider making a remote recording via Zoom or Skype.

Also please consider documenting how your local groups and service entities are dealing with the COVID-19 crisis. This documentation will become an important part of our archives and help guide future generations of AA members who may one day deal with a similar crisis.
2021 UPDATE: We are closely monitoring the relevant health advisories regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus) and have high hopes that the Sixth (VI) Symposium will be able to convene safely and in person on January 29 – 31, 2021 as planned. Registration remains open. Please be assured we will continue to assess the advisories and we will inform registered attendees of any impacts to the Symposium.