Date & Time
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
New York Times best-selling author John Perkins tells the dramatic story of how his experiences with shamans in Ecuador and Guatemala transformed him from an economic hit man to a dedicated decolonizer—and how anyone can transform fear into action. He discusses his work with native people in Latin America, including a previously uncontacted Amazonian tribe that “touched the jaguar” by uniting with its traditional enemies, against modern enemies, the invading oil and mining companies that threatened to destroy their ancestral lands. Perkins also provides a strategy for us to overcome our own fears, decolonize our minds and collaborate in new ways to heal the wounds inflicted on our planet.
An Evening Lecture & Book Signing
Friday, July 10, 7:00 – 9:00 pm
Members $18/ Nonmembers $24
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New York Open Center
John Perkins is a leading authority on shamanism and institutional transformation. He has trained with and been initiated by master shamans in many different cultures and is the founder of Dream Change Coalition and a founder and board member of the Pachamama Alliance.