“What Does it Mean to be a People of Memory” – Rev. Don Garrett, Presenter
Please join us for a small group themed discussion on what does it mean to be a people of memory..
Global Mamas (Women in Progress) and the Group’s Role in Development of Fair Trade in Ghana – John and Fran Kennedy, presenters
We will learn from John and Fran Kennedy about their efforts in educating and improving the economy of Ghana from their Peace Corps years to the present. Clothing, kitchen items, ornaments, jewelry, accessories and shea butter products produced by members of the Global Mamas group will be available for sale.
Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office – Hanna Skinner, Lehigh Student (Jr.) and Unitarian Universalist current Youth Representative, and Cody Blattner, Lehigh Student (Jr.) and former Unitarian Universalist Youth Representative – Presenters
Youth Representatives at the United Nations serve an important role for the Unitarian Universalist United Nations Office mission. Unitarian Universalists were the first NGO (non-governmental organization) that advocates for LGBTQ+ rights and initiatives at the United Nations and continue to serve as a leader in that area. Our primary role is to introduce ourselves to diplomats and to ask questions pertaining to global LGBTQ+ issues. Youth Representatives also write up briefing reports on the meetings they attend at the United Nations.
Healing the Body/Mind/Emotions and Soul (Through a Conscious Connection with the Finer Aspects of Energy, Creativity, Frequencies, Shamanism, Ancestors and Spirit) Ria Swift, presenter
Ria Swift had cancer 3 times healing it the last two times without medical intervention. She found the root cause of her 3 cancers and the creative ways to heal their root cause. Most illness is stress related. We carry the stress from our ancestors, our biological family and our life experiences. Everything is conscious, even disease. By working at the intersection where matter and mind meet we are able to heal much more easily and quickly. Join our talk for an experience and conversation.
If you are interested in leading a discussion or for more information, please contact Cari Poole or anyone of our Breakfast Forum volunteers, Frank Stone, Fred Bomberger, John Kennedy and Dan Poresky. If you would like to be added or removed from the Breakfast Forum email list, please email your request to Cari Poole.