Lantern Authors Greger and Weil in NYC
- November is education month for Lantern Books
* Nov. 2 Michael Greger, MD teaches us how to beat Bird Flu; and
* Nov. 18 & 19 Zoe Weil conducts the Sowing Seeds Humane Education Workshop.
Michael Greger, MD, author of Bird Flu: A Virus of Our Own Hatching,
will be discussing the impending bird flu pandemic this Thursday,
November 2 at 7 p.m.
Dr. Greger says, "Please help me get this critical information out
there. A pandemic, by very definition, threatens everyone, but the
goal is to be prepared, not scared. There are simple things we can do
right now to protect ourselves and our communities."
Best of all, Dr. Greger manages to deliver the bad news with humor
and style. Join him Thursday, Novem! ber 2, 7:00pm at Stand Up, NY.
236 W. 78th St. (at Broadway)
New York City
Join Zoe Weil and The International Institute for Humane Education to
learn exciting, new approaches for teaching about human rights,
environmental preservation, animal protection, media and culture,
November 18 & 19. The workshop isn't only for teachers! Open to
activists of all stripes.
Weil is the author of Lantern's upcoming book Claude and Medea.
Sowing the Seeds Humane Education Workshop
Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Sponsored by HE! ART (Humane Education Advocates Reaching Teachers).
The workshop will be held at the Island School:
442 East Houston Street
New York City
Early Registration: $180 (by November 2)
After November 2: $220
Student Registration: $70
Click here to apply for financial aid.
To register, visit http://www.IIHEd.org/events/workshops/newyork.html
, the Institute's website or call (207) 667-1025