Exploring concerns about our modern food supply and dietary habits with educational activities throughout the month and a variety of food experts: authors, dietitians, naturopathic physicians, etc.-- building toward National Food Day: October 24 www.foodday.org
Mondays, 5:15-6:50pm, HSS 306
Oct. 6: Quality & Safety Concerns of Mass-Produced Food (pesticides, GMOs, etc.)
Oct. 13: Critical Look at Popular Diets - Vegetarian, Raw, Paleo & Traditional
Oct. 20: Food as Medicine - Digestive Aids, Supplements, Herbs, Food Risks, etc.
Oct. 27: Celebrating Honest Food & Mindful Meals - Affordable, Healthy, Tasty and Fair.
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Saturday, Nov. 8, 9am - 5pm
Jack Adams Hall, Cesar Chavez Student Center
A Conference on the Future of Healthcare (2014)
***These are public events: all are welcome.***
For more information:
January 30 - April 4
The Season for Nonviolence: January 30 - April 4, is a 64-day educational campaign dedicated to showing that nonviolence is a powerful way to heal and empower our personal lives, our communities and our global society. Inspired by the memorial anniversaries of Mahatma Gandhi and Dr. Martin Luther King, this cross-cultural event creates a focused time to learn and practice the wisdom of these two world teachers – in search of the shared values and common goodness that support people of all faiths and political parties moving toward a better future. The HH Learning Center has sponsored this annual focus since 2002.
Overview of the Gandhi-King-Chavez Season for Nonviolence 64 days – applying principles of love & wisdom to daily life
For further details about The Season for NV, including a compilation of Daily Practices, see the writings below and visit the Holistic Health Learning Center, HSS 329:
- Season Overview, Vision and Mission
- Daily Practices of NV - 64 Days
- Nonviolence Training: From Violence To Wholeness
- MLK Assassination Investigation/Trial
- Taking in the Good vs. The Negativity Bias
- The Search For a Nonviolent Future
- Cost of Wars since 2001