Multiple speakers at a newcomers panel meeting at the Grand Rapids 19th annual MCYPAA from Nov. 1997

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Multiple speakers conducting a panel meeting on relationships at Bobs Retreat in Oct. of 2007

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This is an oldtimers meeting on Labor Day 2011 at an unknown group event. The oldtimers start at 30 years sober and work thier way up to 56 years sober each speaking for 5 min. There is an occasional popping on this recording, I was unable to remove, it's at the begining of some speaks, it is a bit annoying but infrequent.

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This is an oldtimers meeting on Labor Day 2011 at an unknown group event. The oldtimers start at 30 years sober and work thier way up to 56 years sober each speaking for 5 min.

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April 3, 2018

Panel: Women in AA

A panel meeting on the topic of, Women in AA, held at the 31st Michigan Conference in 1983.

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Joe McQ and Charlie P met in 1973, they instantly discovered their mutual fascinations with AA's basic textbook, Alcoholics Anonymous commonly called "The Big Book". They would frequently meet to discuss The Big Book, often driving 225 miles to meet in each other's homes.

In 1977, some AA members met in a Tulsa, Oklahoma hotel room for a discussion on The Big Book. One member asked Joe and Charlie to come to his home group to present a program on The Big Book. A taping of that presentation was made and called "The Big Book Study". Through the circulation of these audio tapes throughout the Fellowship, Joe and Charlie received invitations to present the Study at AA conventions, roundups and special events.

At the AA International Convention in New Orleans in 1980, Wesley P, organized a lunch for 1,500 AA members from all over the world and gave away 100 Joe & Charlie tape sets as door prizes. Invitations exploded, and within a couple of years Joe & Charlie were presenting about 36 seminars a year worldwide. These seminars struck a deep chord within the AA members. This is a later recording from around 1999 and the audio quality is quite good.

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Multiple speakers at the Spiritual Panel meeting of the 33rd. Michigan Conference in 1985

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Three speakers at an Old Timers Panel, speaking at unknown location or date. Jim H starts the meeting followed by "conference junkie" Lady, the last speaker is Jim T, all the speakers got sober in the 70's.

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A panel meeting from 2011 on the topic of starting a young peoples AA meeting (location unknown)

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Mark H and Dave F discuss how important the first step is not only to starting the program but to maintaining sobreity. There is also a discussion about working with those who relapse often.

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Since its the last 2 days of Pride month I thought a couple of LGBTQ speaks might be in order.

Gabriel and Tony T leading the People of Color countdown workshop at the Living Sober Roundup, they lead the meeting sharing for about 5 min each, then open the meeting up for discussion. 2014

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Panel Meeting: Walking through pain in sobriety at WACYPAA Las Vegas 2012

Diana C: Oceanside

Miguel B: Sherman Oaks

Danelle B: Nairobi Kenya

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Panel meeting about Controversial Issues in AA.

1st: Dating in early sobriety.

2nd: Mental health & medication in sobriety.

3rd: Talking about drugs in meetings.

Q&A for the last few min (there are a number of inaudable questions and answers, I have removed 4-5 min. of silence and left in the parts that you can hear), this also ends fairly abruptly.

 

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