Who Inspires You? in San Francisco

The Avodah/AJWS Partnership, along with a host of other Jewish org.s and media, wants you to be at the Contemporary Jewish Museum this sunday for an afternoon of workshops, learning, and and performance designed to inform, inspire, and energize.
Inside the Activists’ Studio
Sunday, February 22, 2009

Contemporary Jewish Museum
736 Mission St, SF
3:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Registration begins at 2:30 p.m.
Panel discussion with:
Ahri Golden, Founder of Thin Air Media
Ari Derfel, Founder of Back to Earth Organic Catering and Outdoor Adventures
Joanna Levitt, Co-Director of the International Accountability Project
Josh Becker, Founder and Board Chair, Full Circle Fund
Moderated by:
Adrienne Fitch-Frankel, Co-Host of Terra Verde, the weekly environmental radio program on KPFA, and Fair Trade Campaign Director at Global Exchange
Live Performance:
Excerpt from the critically acclaimed theatre play Angry White Black Boy by Dan Wolf, adapted from the novel by Adam Mansbach.
Skills-share workshops with:
Cole Krawitz, Communications Consultant and Founder of JVoices.com
Dan Wolf, Actor, Writer, MC of Felonius and Program Manager of The Hub at JCCSF
Joanna Levitt, Co-Director of the International Accountability Project
Samantha Witman, Co-existence Educator
Julie Dorf, Consultant, Horizons Foundation and Senior Advisor for Council of Global Equality
Naomi Starkman, Food Policy Media Consultant, Former Director of Communications and Policy of Slow Food Nation, and Co-Founder of Civil Eats
Zelig Golden, Staff Attorney, Center for Food Safety and Co-Chair of the 2008 Hazon Food Conference
Click on http://www.whoinspiresyou.org/san-francisco.html for the full info and to register.

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