With Lynn Turner, Jayme Oates, Leslie Wetzonis-Woolverton, and Cory Eichman
Anthroposophy has its origins in Europe in the early 1900s, and, since then, has inspired people all over the world. Over a century later, what are the questions we need to be asking to understand how anthroposophy meets the world today? Specifically, how does anthroposophy meet the cultural landscape and soul of North America? Inclusion, multiculturalism, and the strength of many voices will help to renew anthroposophy and ensure its longevity into the future. How do we host important conversations with others and explore these questions for ourselves?
This is a two-part program comprised of a pre-recorded offering along with a 90-minute live event via Zoom on April 26 at 4pm Pacific/7pm Eastern.
What are the two-parts of this program?
A 90 minute live event via Zoom on April 26 at 4pm PT/7pm ET
PLUS: A pre-recorded 60 minute session to watch before April 26
How much do I contribute?
We suggest a $25 contribution or a supporter level of $40. You can also choose to “pay what you can” to help make this program accessible regardless of ability to contribute.