This afternoon program will include : A performance and listening and worship sharing event Sponsored by the ARTS COMMITTEE OF 15TH ST MM and the East African Wildlife Society (EAWS) The program will include poetry ,written word , discussion and worship sharing related to the status surrounding animals at risk from over development and local NY communities.
The goal is raise awareness about the fragile state of the environment and its effects of animals , eco systems the people that have a direct influence on this concern.
The art component will be music , projected images and spoken word . There will also be a scientific aspect with a short presentation
We will also have some discussion of the work of EAWLS (East Africa Wildlife Society) who for over 60 years conservation advocacy in East Africa, (including Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ruanda, Burundi, Sudan, Ethiopia, Somalia), a region which hosts the greatest percentage of biodiversity (eg, ungulates, primates, birds, mammals, reptiles) left on the planet;
Through media, including The New York Times, we are aware of the massive challenges faces threatened resources. Infrastructure, explosive population growth, inflation, corruption, that are gravely threatening sustainable development
The event of Dec. 9 will serve to highlight these concerns , and to create opportunities for engagement both locally in New York City and beyond.
There will also be tables with information FUN (Friends in Unity with Nature and other groups that are concerned with these issues, that will be in the atrium that will provide information about this issue and actions that can be considered
EAWLS for over 60 years in conservation advocacy in East Africa, (including Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ruanda, Burundi, Sudan, Ethiopia, Somalia), a region which hosts the greatest percentage of biodiversity (eg, ungulates, primates, birds, mammals, reptiles) left on the planet.
December 9th , Doors open at 12 30 Program runs from 1pm – 3:30 pm.
Location will be the Friends Meeting House at 15 Rutherford Place , New York, NY for more info email: email@example.com or call 646 554 4700