“What Does it Mean to be a People of Vision” – Rev. Don Garrett, Presenter
Please join us for a small group themed discussion on what does it mean a be a people of vision.
“Flower in the Rubble: A History of the Kurdish Left and Rojava” – Rebecca Migdal, Presenter
This is a slide and video presentation and talk with author/artist Rebecca Migdal, who will share her newly completed graphic journalism piece created for the social justice comics anthology World War 3 Illustrated. If you’re concerned about the situation regarding Syrian refugees, the Kurds and Turkey, and would like to understand more about the political roots of the Arab Spring and the self-governing zone in Rojava, and their links with the Occupy movement in the US, this talk will help place it all into historical context, and explain why the Women’s Revolution in Rojava needs and deserves our support.
“Feng Shui & It’s Applications in Your Life” – Carol Cannon, Presenter
Feng Sui is an ancient tradition used to help create harmony, good health, supportive relationships and overall life success. Carol Cannon will provide the history and use of the Ancient Art of Feng Shui. She’ll share her experience working with people in residential and commercial buildings including ours, over the past 25 years, as well as provide examples of how it can be applied in anyone’s life.
“It’s a Free Country (or is it?)” – Cari Poole, Presenter
In this fascinating PBS series we go on a motorcycle adventure across the United States with Peter Sagal as he explores the history of the Bill of Rights, and sees how current battles are still being waged about freedom of speech, freedom of religion and the freedom of privacy. pt 2 of 4
“Justice and Peace Strategy for UUPLAN (Unitarian Universalist Pennsylvania Legislative Network)” – Richard Williams, UUPLAN Director, Presenter
Richard will explain how UUPLAN is adapting to the current volatile political environment and how they arrived at their current strategy. He will present a short film titled “How to Change the World in Three Simple Steps and One Slightly More Complex Step”. He welcomes a healthy discussion.