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April 30 @ 7:00 pm CDT - 8:00 pm CDTFree
EVENT TYPE: Zoom Discussion.
The world’s religions and inspired individuals have always played major roles in change and struggle. What are they doing now? How do their views and practices offer ways forward?
Sit down with Lisa Wagner-Carollo (Artist Director of The Still Point Theatre Collective) in conversation with Anna Robertson (Director of Youth and Young Adult Mobilization at Catholic Climate Covenant), David Loy (author of “Ecodharma: Buddhist Teachings on the Ecological Crisis” and co-founder of the Rocky Mountain Ecodharma Retreat Center in Colorado), and Regina Rust (from The White Rose who lives off the grid) as they discuss their personal walks and their broader community’s efforts.
We are an entirely unfunded, volunteer effort. Festival staff and presenters are not being paid. Consider contributing so that we may support the wonderful participants’ efforts and continue to bring a better festival every year until the climate crisis is averted.
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