What matters more: our human communities or the natural world? This question, or a variant of it, drives environmental debates, and also drives a wedge between progressive movements. Brent Plater, founder and director of the Wild Equity Institute, will describe what his organization is doing to get past this dilemma and build a healthy and sustainable community for people, plants, and animals. You will learn about the numerous endangered species found in the Bay Area and find out how you can help them recover. You will also learn how you can help build a stronger environmental and social justice movement.
Everyone is welcome. The lecture is free and you do not need to be a member of the church. This event is independent of the church service.
Breakfast is available for a "small fee." I am not sure how much that is as this will be my very first Sunday Morning Forum at the UUSF.
Sadly, I have to miss this event due to homework, but I hope you will still attend. It will be a great lecture.
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION TO FIRST UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST CHURCH
All of the following Muni bus lines have stops within a short walking distance of the church:
2 Clement, 3 Jackson, 4 Sutter, 19 Polk, 38 Geary, 47 Van Ness, 49 Van Ness