“Eco-Mediations, Roots, & Radical Rejuvenation”

February 20 @ 7:15 pm – 8:45 pm EST | Free

Pamela Booker on Hudson“Where’s Your Tree?”—Eco-Mediations, Roots, & Radical Rejuvenation

Monday, Feb. 20, 7:15 p.m.-8:45 p.m., Haybarn Theatre at Goddard College, Plainfield, VT

Pamela Booker discusses her eco-project “Where’s Your Tree?,” which explores art, nature, and eco-mediations/interventions driven by historic environmental ruin of the planet and Black lives. Her presentation will consider generative, creative responses and sustainable practices in habitats of radical resistance, liberation, and freedom, including Underground Railroad sites and urban sister-cities in Philadelphia, Baltimore, Newark, and New York City.

This event is free and open to the public and is presented by the Goddard Graduate Institute.

More about the event:
In her discussion, “Where’s Your Tree?”— an artist-initiated eco-project, Pamela Booker explores the partnering of art, nature, and eco-mediations/interventions driven by moral imperatives in the face of historic, environmental ruin of the planet and Black lives. With the understanding that “the ecological self is the ecology of the Earth,” her discussion considers the possibility of rediscovering generative, creative response and enacting sustainable practices in habitats where radical resistance, liberation, and freedom must continue to transpire in stewarding healthier plant and human ecosystems. Habitats addressed are distinguished by historical and current violations, shouts and hollers of shattered Lives, and include Underground Railroad sites and urban sister-cities in Philadelphia, Baltimore, Newark, and New York City.

More about the presenter:
Pamela Booker, MFA, is an author, educator and performance artist and urban growing-sustainability enthusiast, Reiki healer and herbalist. Learn more about Pamela Booker here.

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About greens4squares

Pamela Booker, the host of greens4squares.com, is an author, creative thinker and educator, who dreams of green planet issues, social change, and a world where sustainability is a lifestyle. Also see my website: pamelabooker.com/

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