Sheldrake Environmental Center is pleased to invite the community to join our new All We Can Save Circle—like a book club, but richer.
Katy Romita, founder of One Small Stone and former Co-President on the Board of Directors of Sheldrake Environmental Center, leads a deep-dive discussion into the seminal literary work, All We Can Save. Edited by Drs. Ayana Elizabeth Johnson and Katherine K. Wilkinson, All We Can Save is an anthology of essays and poetry from “60 women at the forefront of the climate movement who are harnessing truth, courage, and solutions to lead humanity forward.”
Traveling through the book together allows us to deepen our understanding, build a nourishing community, and seed more lasting action for climate justice.
All are welcome.
Participants will need access to the book, All We Can Save, and a device to connect to Zoom.
Dates: Wednesdays from January 5 to March 16 (10 weeks; excludes February 23)
Time: 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Format: Zoom (following registration, the Zoom access instructions will be forwarded)
The Circle starting 1/5/22 is fully subscribed. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested in a second section.
Here’s what other people are saying about All We Can Save Circles, from the All We Can Save Project:
- “This is the most amazing experience I’ve ever had with a book.”
- “They really are a living embodiment of the heart of the book — the collaborative relational energy is tremendously healing and generative.”
- “I’m astounded by how transformed and motivated I feel to do more after reading this book and participating in the Circle, and not out of fear but out of love.”
- “It literally changed my life and made me feel seen and heard in a way I never have before. I finally feel like I have a place in the climate movement.”
ABOUT ONE SMALL STONE
One Small Stone is for people who are looking for more peace in their own lives and in the world…for environmentalists and environmentalist wannabes…for long-time meditators and for people just starting out. Using the tools of mindfulness, we can cultivate more joy, happiness, and equanimity in our own day-to-day lives, while also helping to connect authentically and purposefully to the “big things” that are most important to us.
ABOUT KATY ROMITA
Katy Romita is a certified Meditation and Mindfulness Instructor and a Mindful Schools Mindfulness Foundations graduate, bringing nearly two decades of experience in a variety of meditation practices. Katy has also earned certificates from Cornell’s Civic Ecology Lab and holds a BA from Dartmouth College and an MPA from New York University.