In this special edition of A World of Possibilities, two lives spent breaking the mold of both traditional and feminist perspectives are recounted in candid conversation, each with a focused sense of purpose – to use their unique sensibilities and life experiences to help heal a species and planet grievously wounded by fear, greed and ignorance of its own positive potential.

Guests:
Frances Moore Lappe, Social Activist, author of sixteen books, including the landmark Diet for a Small Planet (1971)
Wangari Maathai, Winner, 2004 Nobel Peace Prize; Founder, Greenbelt Movement, Kenya 

 

ON A World of Possibilities | July 26, 2012 |

Women Who Wouldn’t Listen: Wangari Maathai and Frances Moore Lappe

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In this special edition of A World of Possibilities, two lives spent breaking the mold of both traditional and feminist perspectives are recounted in candid conversation, each with a focused sense of purpose – to use their unique sensibilities and life experiences to help heal a species and planet grievously wounded by fear, greed and ignorance of its own positive potential.

Guests:
Frances Moore Lappe, Social Activist, author of sixteen books, including the landmark Diet for a Small Planet (1971)
Wangari Maathai, Winner, 2004 Nobel Peace Prize; Founder, Greenbelt Movement, Kenya 

 

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