August 21 – Berkeley CA Introduction to Resilience Circles

Posted August 6, 2012 in East Bay, Event Archive

Sponsored By and the Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists Social Justice Committee

Resilience Circles: Creating an Economy That Works for All

Free Introductory Meeting
A short-term, small group facilitated process

August 21, 7:30 PM
Historic Fellowship Hall
1924 Cedar St., Berkeley

Suggested donation $5 – $10, No one turned away for lack of funds
Volunteers Appreciated!

Connection – Learning – Visioning – Mutual Aid – Action 

Responding with intelligence, compassion and wisdom to emerging change is a challenge for us all. Climate change, the sunset of the fossil fuel era and the increasing threats to democracy all require the courage to discover, embodyody and build the resources that will secure a resilient future for all.

  • Learn what is underway in the economy, climate change and our democracy
  • Explore common attitudes and beliefs about wealth, money and security
  • Develop personal and community resilience
  • Build mutual aid networks
  • Vision and co-create the world we want

Wheel-chair accessible from the ramp on Bonita Avenue
Email for more info

Join a fun, deeply enriching, creative and revolutionary idea: co-creating a warm and safe space of inquiry, leaning, empowerment and sharing truth with a group of like-minded pioneers. Are you in?