Thursday, April 25th 7pm – Movie. Do the Math in the Pavilion
Last year’s Do the Math tour was a whirlwind cross-country journey for Bill McKibben and our 350.org crew, with night after night of sold-out shows. At every stop, people learned the new math of climate change — and emerged from the show fired up and ready to take action.
If you went to a local Do the Math event, you might have seen some folks with video cameras. Well, there’s a reason for that: we teamed up with some talented filmmakers to make the “Do the Math” movie!
And the movie is finally here: we have a 42-minute film that goes way above and beyond the presentation you saw last year — from the Do the Math tour to the the streets of DC to the tar sands of Canada. It’s an inspiring, beautiful, and fast-paced story that shows the power of this growing movement.
The Do the Math tour helped energize the climate movement — and when it wrapped up people everywhere hit the ground running. We converged in DC for the largest climate rally in our country’s history, and the fossil fuel divestment campaign has taken root in hundreds of campuses and communities.
Not everyone could be part of the Do the Math tour — but with the movie, we have an opportunity to recruit the next wave of potential climate activists. Like everything we do at 350.org, this will be a people-powered effort.
Parkinson’s Disease, Breast Cancer, Diabetes, Depression… Despite remarkable advances in modern medicine, our society still struggles to effectively treat these and other common illnesses.
Witness the story of eight brave souls as they leave the developed world behind in search of deeper answers. Living in seclusion for one month in the heart of the Amazon jungle, these men and women take part in the powerful healing practices of Peru’s indigenous medicine men, working with centuries-old plant remedies and spiritual disciplines. In their most desperate hour, these patients are forced to confront not only their physical ailments, but their own spiritual and psychological barriers in the process. Five will return with real results, two will return disappointed, and one won’t come back at all. http://www.thesacredscience.com/
Deerwomon offers a presentation on the HoneyBees and how important their divine blueprint is to our continual gift of food. After recently visiting a Bee Sanctuary in Hawaii Deerwomon has been invited and inspired to do a Documentary. Come hear her story and sharing of and with community.
“Queen of The Sun” movie in the Pavilion Monday April 22, 7-9pm No charge (donations for the Bee Sanctuary in Hawaii will be accepted)
Photos are of ‘Deerwomon suited up’ and an ‘indoor bee hive.’