The Art of Justice - The Broadcast of Theatre for Justice 20170510

May 10, 2017

Online promotional posts indicate the "Long Term Effects of Undisciplined Emotions" is this week's topic on The Art of Justice.  But did you imagine that listening would help you understand why solidarity among average Americans seems more likely to manifest through mob action or "group think" than community organizing for critical social reform?  

Our host, Sarah Roche -- Creative Director of Theatre for Justice, scientist, and spiritual counselor -- tracks us through the avoidable journey from external stimuli to over stimulation to mental, physical, and spirtual disease.  It's a process leaving us highly individualized; less and less able to bond with other people and function as part of a community, whether in a traditional or expansive sense of that word.  

What does all this mean and what are the implications for attaining peace and justice on a local, regional, national, and international basis?   

Listen, and plan on joining us when we take up the discussion on another broadcast of The Virtual Round Table, namely, Change of Venue.  

Listen . . .

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The Art of Justice - The Broadcast of Theatre for Justice 20170222

February 22, 2017

No wonder GMO spelt backwards is OMG!  This week Sarah Roche, Creative Director of Theatre for Justice, hosted her debut broadcast of The Art of Justice.  Sarah is a scientist as well as an artist and she shares through this episode a wealth of information about GMOs. That's Genetically Modified Organisms.  It's a staggering consideration and one that artists are addressing and need to address even more as Sarah makes clear.  Listen in on this particularly scientific and entertaining podcast.  And don't forget to comment, share, and like!

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Also see:

1.  Pew Initiative on Food and Biotechnology, Guide to U.S. Regulation of Genetically Modified Food and Agricultural Biotechnology Products 6 (Sept. 2001) @ http://www.pewtrusts.org/~/media/legacy/uploadedfiles/wwwpewtrustsorg/reports/food_and_biotechnology/hhsbiotech0901pdf.pdf

2. Cartagena Protocol on Biosafety to the Convention on Biological Diversity, Jan. 29,2000, 39 I.L.M. 1027,
HTTP://big.cbd.int/protocol/text/

3. Allison Kopicki, Strong Support for Labeling Modified Foods,N.Y.Times (July27,2013), http://www.nytimes.com/2013/07/28

 

 

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