Show: Maine Social Justice

Episode: 0272 MSJ ESTIA 2016 Redesigning Culture


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University of Maine Peace Studies hosted the 13th annual ESTIA Conference at the Hutchinson Center in Belfast on October 28th. Hugh Curran of U of M Peace Studies Emceed the event organized by Emily Markides. Several speakers were present. Penobscot story teller John Bear Mitchell shared a couple stories. Author of “The Jeweled Highway:, Ralph White spoke about his spiritual journey. Emily Markides shared a short video clip about the Famagusta, Cyprus Ecocity Project. Nurse, Linda Lee spoke about her founding of “Jonno’s Place”, dedicated to bringing a real life to those living with autism. Hopefully a concept that is spreading. This show also features other speakers connecting culture to ecology. Short musical presentations by Tori Morrill & Paul D’Alessio and the woodland flute of Hawk Henries.

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Date SD Episode Video Uploaded: Wednesday, November 9, 2016 - 08:00


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