Solidarity Push – Birth of RiVillage

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On the first day of summer in 2020, many from the skateboarding community of Providence, Rhode Island staged an event known as Solidarity Push. They rode their skateboard, bicycles, and the likes from the west side of town to their skatepark downtown. The images from this event were so powerful to several of the locals that they changed the perception of their history and gave birth to their brand-new community: RiVillage (pronounced as Rhode Island Village). Click here to see the video on the Instagram channel Ri4CTV that shows many of them, right after the long ride, resting at the skatepark.

As they passed along on Broadway Street, they were captured on camera by the YouTube channel Ri4CTV in the video by the same name Solidarity Push, which turned out to be Episode 1 in Season 1 of the all-new YouTube series Tales of Trinity. It’s shown as Video #1 below. It’s the video that changed the world, at least, that of ours. It’s now the introductory video for all new visitors to the YouTube channel Ri4CTV.

As shown in the image hereby, the locals like the video so much that they at times set up a watch party in person or online to recall the event that gave birth to our community. Click here to see a watch party at play on the historical event Solidarity Push.

For those who are curious, the background music played in the video is the theme song from Ri4CTV. Click here to learn more about the Ri4CTV theme music.

Many photos taken during Solidarity Push are posted on this page here at One of the photos best representing the event is this one here. It’s shown as Photo #2 below. Click here to see how it is highlighted by a video post on the Instagram channel Ri4CTV.

In the middle of Photo #2 is the image that shows a bicycle rider pulling a skateboarder holding the BLM sign. The bicyclist is Jerry (@jerrangutang), the organizer of @pedalforpeacepvd. For a closer look, view this photo here, which is shown as Photo #3 below. Both the organizer and the organization are introduced by the video Introducing Pedal for Peace PVD, which is Episode 2 in Season 1 of the YouTube series Tales of Trinity. It’s shown as Video #4 below.

Eight days before the event Solidarity Push, Jerry organized a bicycle ride for Pedal For Peace PVD (@pedalforpeacepvd) supporting Black Lives Matter from India Point Park in Providence to Colt State Park in Bristol, 16 miles away. Joining at the start are Jaychele Schenck and Isabella Indellicati, the two fifteen-year-olds who are co-founders of the Gen-Z: We Want To Live (@GenZWWTL). In front of the bicyclists, they each gave a speech. Both speeches were captured by the same video, Video #4 below, Introducing Pedal for Peace PVD. That was 24 hours before the two young ladies brought about this protest event at the Rhode Island State House. Before you continue reading this article, you may want to watch the following 15-second video to see them in action at the protest event.

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Video #1 | Solidarity Push

Photo #2 Defund the Police

Photo #3 Jerry of @PedalForPeacePVD

Video #4 Introducing Pedal for Peace PVD


@ClassOf2020Ri the Class of 2020 in Rhode Island

What is Co20?

Pronounced as “co-20”, the abbreviation Co20 is a quick way to pronounce the moniker @ClassOf2020Ri, which means, the Class of 2020 in Rhode Island.

What is Ri4C?

The abbreviation 4C stands for foreseeing and thus foresight. The abbreviation Ri stands for Rhode Island. Ri4CTV is a YouTube channel whose name means Rhode Island Foresight Television.

Our Directory

The shortest way to access our directory from anywhere is to aim our browser at From there you can have direct access to pages most frequently used by members of our community, the Facebook group Class of 2020 in Rhode Island.

Open Invitation

Posted by Class of 2020 in Rhode Island on Tuesday, June 2, 2020

The Livestream Invitation

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Olivia Brooklynn Williams – Class of 2020 – Classical High

Let @Ri4CTV put your timeless speech, your graduation moment on YouTube.

High school and college graduates from the #ClassOf2020 who live in Rhode Island are all invited to give a timeless speech on Ri4CTV. Olivia Brooklynn Williams is the first who did it. Her personal speech is captured by the first episode in Season 29 of the YouTube series NDBaker93. This service is free of charge to residents of Rhode Island. To contact Ri4CTV, send a direct message to



Project Vera – First Thumoslang Textbook

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At the start of March, when this picture was taken, Alec Mustafayev selected Vera as the name of the project, whose primary objective is to produce the first textbook teaching Thumoslang. In the following days, his co-writers Jairson Ascencao and Nickantony Quach produced the video Thumoslang Textbook Project One, which is Episode 5 in Season 15 of the YouTube series NDBaker93, to announce the project and articulate what was to be expected in the book. It’s hard to forget the day of their project announcement. That was when the World Health Organization declared the COVID-19 outbreak a pandemic. Furthermore, on the same day, the US decided to suspend all travel from Europe to the United States for 30 days in the latest dramatic response to the growing pandemic.

If you don’t know much about Jairson, read this PDF here and learn of his funny experience in high school. If you don’t know much about Alec, learn more about him by reading this PDF here.

As soon as the project is underway, they realized that they have a chance to finish the writing before Alec graduates from high school. Such bragging rights would in the foreseeable future do Alec a great deal of good. Whatever the fiction Rebellious did for Alec since he published it at the age of 15, finish writing Vera before high-school Graduation will do a million times more for his writing career. Alec underlines this in the video The First Sales Estimates at 17, which is Episode 1 in Season 21 of NDBaker93.

Achieving such a feast means even more for Jairson. It would let him claim many things. After the textbook is published, he becomes a co-author of a non-fiction with potential for global success. With it, his Providence Haven Village could also claim that it would be capable of turning a high-school student into a global leader.

Alec’s personal reputation, Jairson’s personal reputation, and the reputation of Providence Haven Village will all be skyrocketed by such achievement. This, however, did not dawn on Jairson until his appearance on March 14th, 2020 in the  video How Important is Project Vera 1, which is Episode 16 in in Season 15 of NDBaker93.

As of this writing, the once-in-a-life-time challenge is still on for both Alec and Jairson.

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Life Advice to a 17-year-old from a 26-year-old

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Concepts such as success and leadership cannot achieve validity in their own rights. You can never become absolutely successful. The best you can achieve is being successful within a specific field. You can never become an absolute leader. The best you can achieve is being a leader within a specific field. The main reason why many failed to become a successful leader is because they do not know what a field truly is. This is where Thumoslang is at its best. Field; that means, context for nomenclature. The complexity of your nomenclature determines the level of success in your leadership. For example, if you know only two chemical elements, your nomenclature in chemistry is too simple for you to become a leader in chemistry.

Alec Mustafayev, a 17-year-old senior student at Classical High, and Norman D. Baker, a 26-year-old worker still in search of a place to park his life, read aloud the above paragraph to one another the day after the above paragraph was composed. The reading was exercised in the conversation captured by the video Life Advice to a 17-year-old from a 26-year-old, which is Episode 5 in Season 21 of the YouTube series NDBaker93. This event brought about the writing of this book, Thumoslang Bottle – Birth of the Three Thumoslang Leaders.

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The first paragraph at the top of this page was read during Haven Village Live of May 11th, 2020, after the first 32 minutes. The following chat shows where the paragraph comes from.


I Want to Be Something Bigger

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One of the earliest personal interviews on the YouTube channel Ri4CTV was of John Ramos, a teenage resident of Rhode Island. The interview is captured by the video John Ramos – Something Bigger, which is Episode 2 in Season 19 of the YouTube series NDBaker93. During the second minute in the video, he made the following statement.

“I just want to make something of myself, like a name for myself. I don’t want to be John and just a normal person.” Said John. “I want to be something bigger.”

He is the reason why this book is written. This book, Thumoslang Bottle – Birth of the Three Thumoslang Leaders, is written for those who want to become “something bigger”. However, it does not tell you exactly how. The best it could do for you is to show you how three individuals do theirs.

The three individuals are Alec Mustafayev, a 17-year-old senior student at Classical High, Jairson Ascencao, a 20-year-old still in the experimental stage of his life, and Norman D. Baker, a 26-year-old worker still in search of a place to park his life. Before June 2019, they did not know one another.

Alec and Norman formally learned of each other during a conversation in May 2020. The conversation is captured by Season 21 of the YouTube series NDBaker93. That was when Norman gave Alec a life advice. As explained by the first page of this book, the advice was captured by the video Life Advice to a 17-year-old from a 26-year-old, which is Episode 5 in Season 21 of the YouTube series NDBaker93. They do, too, “want to be something bigger.”


Foresight Day

April 22nd, 2019, was the first day when Nickantony Quach (in red shirt) began, on a daily basis, releasing a fresh video on the YouTube channel Ri4CTV, i.e. Rhode Island Foresight Television. One year later, he declared its first anniversary to be the first Foresight Day (#ForesightDay).

On April 26th, 2020, both Jairson Ascencao (in red jacket) and Norman D. Baker (left) interviewed Nickantony on this livestream here, produced by Alec Mustafayev (pictured below) for the Providence Haven Village.

Independent of the livestream, the interview was also filmed in 4K by Ri4CTV. The result is Season 20 of the YouTube series NDBaker93. It’s also called the YouTube series Thumoslang107 as well as the YouTube series Foresight Day. Its six episodes are released during the two extended weekends starting on May 22nd, 2020. Until this series, Nickantony Quach was never in front of the camera so much at once. This was the first time he appeared in an extended interview.

Work on Thumoslang107 led to the idea of making Foresight Day a monthly rather than yearly event. Furthermore, it is not for celebrating Rhode Island Foresight Television but for use by takers of a Thumoslang journey, including those on the Thumos Love Challenge.

The 22nd of each month is your Foresight Day. This is when you should make time, not to work in but, to work on your business of the self.

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