We’ve just returned from our 10 day journey through Northern India where we launched our Women and Agriculture Initiative (we blogged about it – take a look)! Coming soon are pictures, a summary of the lessons we learned, and our next steps. So stay tuned for that. In the meantime…
Join us this coming Tuesday, November 10 for an energizing and dynamic evening here at the David Brower Center. It’s the last event in our WEAving the Worlds – Coming Up from the Roots event series (click here to learn about the first two events). And it promises to be inspiring and fun.
Starting at 6:30pm : Eco-Art and Urban Farm Reception
Start the evening with a dynamic reception presented in partnership with Art in Action and CommuniTree, featuring sustainable agriculture and community resiliency projects including Green Media Arts Center, the first green arts and media center for low income youth in the Bay Area, along with live music provided by master kora player Youssoupha Sidibe.
Starting at 8:00pm : Amira Diamond and Joanna Macy
Amira Diamond, WEA’s Co-Director will report on WEA’s Fall 2009 India Women and Agriculture Learning Exchange. She’ll tell us first-hand stories about women on the front lines of India’s sustainable agriculture movement; we’ll learn about communities creating resiliency through art and healthy solutions to our local and global food crises, and we will enjoy an artistic performance by Art in Action and CommuniTree. Finally, we will experience the wisdom of Joanna Macy.
Reception 6:30pm, Program 8:00pm
David Brower Center, Goldman Theater
2150 Allston Way, Berkeley CA 94704
$15 in advance, $18 at the door
Purchase tickets here. Activist tickets are available!
All proceeds to benefit Women’s Earth Alliance and CommuniTree.
Special thanks to our Promotional Partners Earth Island Institute, Young Women Social Entrepreneurs, Global Exchange, Global Fund for Women, HUB Bay Area, and Sacred Land Film Project.
And thanks to our event sponsors GreenHome.com and Back to Earth Organic Catering!