Navigating Fear in Scary Times: Screening & Discussion of a Live Webinar by Eileen Flanagan
How can we stay attuned to the news of the world without shutting down? How can we take wise and grounded action without letting fear throw us off? How can we sustain ourselves to keep working for change in times like these?
Join us to view and discuss a timely webinar by Quaker climate activist, writer, and teacher Eileen Flanagan. For a complete description of the webinar, please click here.
This webinar is free, so even if you can’t join us, consider registering on Eileen’s website and watching from home. But we hope you can join us so we can watch it in community together.
This event will take place in a wheelchair accessible room.
Eileen Flanagan is a nationally known activist and award-winning author of three books and scores of articles. In addition to helping people to make their activism more effective through her online courses, she speaks to international audiences on how to build a spiritually grounded and effective climate justice movement. For five years, she served as board chair of Earth Quaker Action Team, a scrappy little group which successfully pressured one of the largest banks in the US to stop financing mountaintop removal coal mining. Her current work is focused on the intersection of racial and environmental justice.