May 9: WISDOM TO SURVIVE Screens in Dallas

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Dallas Interfaith Power & Light Presents the Dallas Premiere of

THE WISDOM TO SURVIVE
Climate Change, Capitalism & Community

Sat., May 9, 7:30 pm

White Rock United Methodist Church
1450 Old Gate Lane
Dallas, TX 75218

Can we embrace profound change joyfully? Thought leaders and activists come together in this award-winning documentary to help us face the present and envision the future. Featuring Bill McKibben, Joanna Macy, Gus Speth, Roger Payne and more.

“Brilliant, achingly poignant. Please SEE THIS FILM. It is one of the most artfully-rendered films on the planet’s crisis (and how we move through it) I have ever seen. Extraordinarily moving.”— Shyla Nelson, One Earth One Voice

Discussion follows with co-director John Ankele, Dr. Tania Homayoun, Conservation Biologist, Texas Audubon, and Yaira Robinson of Texas Interfaith Power & Light. Anna Clark of EarthPeople will moderate. A reception follows.

FREE. Donations gratefully accepted.

Reserve your space on Brown Paper Tickets at http://wisdomtosurvivedallas.bpt.me.

Community partners: Dallas Shambhala Meditation Center, Green Source DFW, N. Texas Unitarian Universalist Congregations, Unity Garden, Video Association of Dallas, Rudra Meditation Meetup

Please let us know if your organization would like to be a community partner. Just share the event with your membership and in social media, and you’ll be included in upcoming publicity.

The Wisdom to Survive is a production of Old Dog Documentaries. Making films to inspire dialogue and action on social, economic and environmental justice for 25 years.

For more information about WRUMC visit http://www.wrumc.org.

WHEN
May 09, 2015 at 7:30pm
WHERE
White Rock United Methodist Church
1450 Old Gate Ln
Dallas, TX 75218
United States
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