Book Discussion: Out of the Cage by Burt and Marjorie Liebert

Come join us! Together we can build A New World! Sponsored by World Centric and the Humanist Community
Oct 20, 2010 10:00 AM ET

Sponsored by World Centric and the Humanist Community:

Come join us! Together we can build A New World!   A discussion based on the new book, Out of the Cage   Discussion Leaders: Burt and Marjorie Liebert, Authors 

Bringing people together, living lightly and sustainably on the earth, and at the same time putting a stop to global climate change will be the topic for discussion on Thursday, October 28 at 7:30 PM at World Centric, 2121 Staunton Court, Palo Alto.  Discussion leaders will be Burt and Marjorie Liebert, authors of a new book, Out of the Cage.  “At a time when much of our literature is filled with pronouncements of gloom and doom,” wrote book reviewer Meg Bowman, “Burt and Margie Liebert’s new book, Out of the Cage, is Eleanor Roosevelt’s proverbial candle in the darkness.”    The authors claim that we are “caged in” by our culture, which teaches us that there are certain ways of doing things.  But our culture is no longer working because we are depleting the vital resources on which we depend.  Their book challenges us to get our heads “out of the cage,” and build a cleaner, greener, more livable world. 

Out of the Cage is a creative story of dedicated pioneers who set out to build a carbon-neutral, sustainable economy. It is a handbook for you and me to create a truly glorious society.   Admission is free and open to the public.

Thursday, October 28 7:30 PM World Centric Community Space Wheelchair Accessible 2121 Staunton Court, Palo Alto, CA 94306   About World Centric
World Centric products are made with annually renewable resources like corn, sugarcane and wheat straw fiber. Sugar cane and wheat straw fiber are also discarded by-products of the agriculture industry, and it uses this discarded fiber to make sustainable alternatives to plastics and styrofoam.
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