This came through my inbox this morning and it sounds very interesting. I think I'll go. Feel free to crosspost!
Saturday, November 6, 2004 from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m.
Weldon Law School, Dalhousie University
6061 University Ave.
Free. All welcome!
Rae Sikora will be speaking on who and what do you care about? Live a life that reflects this caring and affects the entire world. Go beyond caring about those who are part of your home, your community, your species. Think you are too busy to wage Peace? Think again....it takes no extra time to wage Peace. The Power of One works for busy people, too!
Rae has been a spokesperson for animals, the environment and human rights for over 25 years. Her innovative programs have been changing people's vision of what is possible to create in our lives. Rae has worked internationally with participants ranging from teachers and students to prisoners. As co-founder of the Center for Compassionate Living and the International Institute for Humane Education, Rae created interactive critical thinking tools that are now being used by teachers around the globe. She holds degrees in Cultural Anthropology and Environmental Education from University of Wisconsin. Simply Enough (www.simplyenough.com) draws from years of experience at helping individuals and groups see how implementing changes locally can bring about change globally.
During Rae’s visit to Nova Scotia, she will be presenting at universities and high schools. She is currently living in Sweden.
Hosted by the Nova Scotia Humane Society. This project is made available with the assistance of a grant from the Frederic McGrand Fund, administered by the Canadian Federation of Humane Societies.
For more details contact: 902-543-2535