Our Eighth Season: Walking Together into a Greener Future
Building Personal Resilience in Unsettling Times
Sunday, February 19, 2017 at 2:00 p.m.
This month Earth Forum is exploring how people who are active in working for justice can build resilience in times that feel chaotic and unsettling. How do we keep working for environmental justice – and social justice and racial justice and economic justice – when we feel so defeated? We’ll gather for focused conversation at 2:00 p.m.; and following some networking, we have an extraordinary opportunity to learn about one of the ways we build resilience from one of our state legislators.
We are pleased to announce that Delegate Eric Ebersole will offer an Emphasis Action workshop focused on being an effective citizen and effective advocate. Delegate Ebersole is an experienced and inspired educator, and a friend of the Earth Forum. We have enjoyed his legislative updates, and look forward to his insights into how we become active and effective participants in the legislative process.
Technological note: In order to fully participate in Delegate Ebersole’s workshop you are encouraged to bring a smart phone/I-pad with your own personal hotspot or data capability, as the church’s WiFi capacity will not handle everybody’s simultaneous usage!
The Earth Forum is held at
First Presbyterian Church of Howard County
9325 Presbyterian Circle, Columbia.
It is free and open to all.
Information and directions are at www.earthforumhc.org
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Here’s a look at the coming months as we continue Walking Together:
March 19: Tending our Gardens: Gardens, Gardening, Food Health, Enough for All
April 23: More than Politics: Ecological Action as Our Moral Imperative, with Dr. Patricia Tull