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Friday, September 9 • 10:00am - 12:30pm
Morning Speaker Session : Rachel Bagby // Barbara Marx Hubbard, Fredric Lehrman, John Robbins, Panel with Sheri Herndon. Focus—Your Participation (WEBCAST)

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Speakers and Panel Discussion:

Barbara Marx Hubbard - We are honored to have Barbara Marx Hubbard join us on SKYPE to open The Gathering with a blessing and message of LOVE, all the way from Budapest! 

Fredric Lehrman - Education As Discovery - Standard education, as most of us experienced it. was an obstacle course that we were forced to push ourselves through. What if education could be simply a way of supporting our own innate curiosity and natural learning abilities? Where would that take us?

John Robbins - John will be joining us via SKYPE to share wisdom about the environmental, physical, mental and emotional impact of our food choices on both the individual and global scale.

MetaModerator
Rachel Bagby
- Chants of Your Lifetime: Give Your Voice to Life
- What happens when you engage a community in a sonorous dialogue about changing its narratives?  How do community narratives change and how does a community that practices embodying narratives informed by reverence for living systems change? Rachel Bagby will guide this inquiry in a plenary session that engages the whole audience in the chants of our lifetime.


Speakers
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Rachel Bagby

Rachel Bagby, J.D. (Stanford), founder of Choral Earth, is an author, creator of poetic forms, composer, vocalist, renowned performance artist and was a founding member (soprano and dancer) of Bobby McFerrin’s Voicestra. Using her voice as an instrument of change, Rachel is a sought-after speaker, and she has keynoted or presented in hundreds of venues on topics ranging from “Writing Lives, Writing Activism” for journalists... Read More →
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Fredric Lehrman

Fredric Lehrman is the founder and director of Nomad University, established in 1974 as an international network of inspiring teachers and self-directed students. This community is a clearing house for interdisciplinary and cross-cultural exploration at all levels, with every aspect of the program being adapted to support the individual student in developing their unique gift, talent, and mode of service. Fredric Lehrman has tested and applied... Read More →


Friday September 9, 2011 10:00am - 12:30pm
Kane Hall Auditorium 120 4098 15th Ave NE, Seattle WA

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