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Dr. Joanna Macy: Gifts of Uncertainty

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Buddhist scholar, Dr. Joanna Macy. Photo: http://www.owbaw.org/

Buddhist scholar, Dr. Joanna Macy. Photo: http://www.owbaw.org/

Dr. Joanna Macy is a long-time peace, justice, and ecology activist. A celebrated Buddhist teacher, Dr. Macy’s wide-ranging work spans Eastern and Western thought.
Her work is known to other activists around the world as “The Work That Reconnects.” She spoke at the 2009 Bioneers Conference held in San Rafael, California at a plenary called, “The Hidden Promise of Our Dark Age: Discovering Our Wisdom, Strength and Beauty in the Midst of Crisis.”

Special thanks to ‘Reference Media Group’ for recording this audio at the 2009 Bioneers Conference in San Rafael, CA.

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Dr. Joanna Macy, peace, justice, and ecology activist & author of ‘World As Lover, World As Self – Courage for Global Justice and Ecological Renewal’

For more information:

Bioneers

Bioneers: Revolution from the Heart of Nature Radio

Dr. Joanna Macy

Articles, Blogs, Films, Reports, Other

“World As Lover, World As Self-Courage for Global Justice and Ecological Renewal”
A book by Joanna Macy

Music

‘Rain’ by Nicky Hind
‘Reshuffles’ by Nicky Hind
‘Ripples’ by Nicky Hind
‘Glass From Jasper’ by Roedelius from Buddha Lounge Series
‘Baila Verena’ by Potosch Potschka
‘Dona Cre Tun’ by Gary Stadler with Stephanie from Buddha Lounge Series

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  1. I loved this show and just placed an order by phone for a copy of the CD. I had Joanna in class ten years ago. She is ever wise and continues to profoundly inspire me! Thank you for the work you do at National Radio Project.

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