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Date: October 24, 2023
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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Thomas Berry often spoke about the children. “It takes a universe to educate a child.” he said. In this webinar Jeanne Clark will share how she has introduced children to the Universe and helped them experience awe and wonder as they connected to the place where they live. Jeanne has brought the lessons of the universe to the children in both a classroom setting and at Homecoming Farm.

Sister Jeanne Clark, a Sister of St. Dominic from Amityville, NY , is an educator who has been instrumental in the creation of Homecoming Farm, a community supported agricultural project or (CSA) which helps humans heal through the nurturance of soil and seed and producing vegetables without the use of chemicals. She also offers programs for children and adults in understanding themselves as part of Earth and as intricately connected to the land they call home. Jeanne has been a teacher for over fifty years, has been a campus minister, a pastoral associate in parishes and a long-time activist in both anti-nuclear, anti-war and environmental causes. Jeanne a storyteller and poet attributes her coming home to the land to the Salvadoran people whom she accompanied to El Salvador during the war there in the 1980’s. In 2005 Jeanne was awarded the Peacemaker of the Year award by Pax Christi Long Island.

This event is organized by Viola Olsen, a member of the Deeptime Network.  No need to register.  Simply come into the Zoom meeting.

For further information, write to Viola Olsen.  volsen2427@aol.comO

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Event Posted by: Jennifer Morgan