EarthSave north potluck and program: Vrinda Pujals, spiritual activist

Vrinda will show us a narrated slide show revealing the brilliant work of best-selling author Dr. Riane Eisler - The Real Wealth of Nations: Creating a Caring Economics. What is caring economics? Why change our social structure from the domination model to one based on partnership?  At the Center for Partnership Studies, Dr. Riane Eisler is spokesperson for a 30 million person movement towards a national and global Caring Economics. Also by Dr. Eisler - The Chalice and the Blade.

Vrinda Pujals  is a spiritual activist, Integral Yoga Psychology instructor, translator and visionary committed to advocacy for the healing of Earth and all people. Presently a graduate student at the School of Consciousness & Transformation, in the Women Spirituality and Transformative Leadership Programs at the California Institute of Integral Studies, and trained at Center for Partnership Studies. 

Potluck programs are free to EarthSave members/$5.00 for non-members/children under 12 free. 

Everyone should bring a vegan covered dish (*no animal products including fish, dairy, eggs or honey) which serves about eight, and your own plate & utensils. There is a $1.00 eco-fee for us to provide plate/utensils and an $8.00 No Food fee if you arrive empty-handed.

EarthSave north has been changed to the last Sunday of the month.  This event is published multiple places, so do not be concerned with the number of people who sign up to attend.

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    It was great to see a lot of new people.

    August 1, 2011

  • Alicia A.

    I enjoyed the company of Amy and her family tonight. They actually have not eaten any meat at all this week! :o)

    July 31, 2011

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    June 30, 2011

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