Building Climate Justice
& Just Resilience
M. Paloma Pavel, PhD
With Carl Anthony and Guests
Saturday Sept. 20, 2014, 10am
Milano School of International Affairs The New School, Manhattan
55 W. 13th St. Room 205,
Dorothy Hirshon Suite
10:00 am Refreshments and Reception
10:30 am -12:00 pm Book Signing and Community Dialogue
Join us for the launch of the 20th anniversary edition of Random Kindness and Senseless Acts of Beauty, with a Foreword by Desmond Tutu, and for a community dialogue on building Climate Justice and Just Resilience. M. Paloma Pavel and Carl Anthony (co-founders of Breakthrough Communities) are traveling from California to New York to host this event for UN Climate Week. Guests include Lynne Elizabeth of New Village Press, more to be announced.
In this work, Carl Anthony shares his perspectives as an African-American child in post-World War II Philadelphia; a student and civil rights activist in 1960s Harlem; a traveling student of West African architecture; and an architect, planner, and environmental justice advocate in Berkeley. He contextualizes this within American urbanism and human origins, making profoundly personal both African American and American urban histories as well as planetary origins and environmental issues, to not only bring a new worldview to people of color, but to set forth a truly inclusive vision of our shared planetary future. read more…
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