“Human freedom, justice, and harmony require that we liberate animals, and that we show respect, harmony, and justice in our daily meals and in our way of living.”
If Will Tuttle, PhD, speaks like a man on a mission, it’s because he is. Winner of the Courage of Conscience Award (along with the Dalai Lama, Rosa Parks, Thich Nhat Hanh, and Pete Seeger), he has traveled with his artist and spouse, Madeleine, since 1990 sharing an inspiring vision for a “true revolution of non-violence” on our planet.
Author of the international best-seller, The World Peace Diet, published in sixteen languages, Tuttle is an original thinker whose boyhood home was near Henry Thoreau's Walden Pond. Lecturing globally, he incisively connects the dots between a broad array of ethical, ecological, health, cultural and spiritual issues and our civilization’s ten thousand year-old practice of herding and exploiting animals for food and other products.
Tuttle will speak at Unity Church in Golden Valley on Monday, September 9th from 6:30-9:00. Unity Church is located at 4000 Golden Valley Road, Golden Valley, MN 55422.
Socializing and refreshments will be offered from 6:30-7:00 pm. The presentation will begin at 7:00 and end with a Q&A until 8:15 pm. Following the lecture, Tuttle will be available to sign The World Peace Diet, as well as his five other books. Book signing and socializing will go until 9:00 pm.
“This is not an event to be missed,” according to Tench Phillips of Norfolk, Virginia’s Art Repertory Films, “I’ve never seen an audience so attentive and enraptured as when Will Tuttle speaks.”
A donation is suggested, but not required, to attend this event.
For more information, visit Tuttle’s site, worldpeacediet.com, or email Kelsey, ARC’s Volunteer Coordinator, at [masked] for specific event information.