"Despair & Empowerment" Activist Burnout Workshop
Sunday afternoon, May 13, 2016 at Stony Point Center
There will be no charge, but to help cover the costs of the Stony Point Center, we are asking those who can to donate $10.
Activists involved in peace, social justice and environmental work will be gathering on May 13 to take time for focusing on moving through the personal feelings involved in "fighting the good fight." Ecopsychotherapist Alan Levin will facilitate this event to help people move through their negative feelings of fear, despair, rage and numbness and open (again or for the first time) to their hope and empowered sense of agency in relating to the world. Despair and Empowerment work helps us stay attuned to our inner strength and purpose.
Due to the nature of the work, participation is limited to 20 people. To register, email Alan at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 845-271-3623. We have scheduled the group from 1 - 5 PM to be sure we have enough time in a relaxed mode. Depending on how things go, it may end earlier. Meals are available at the Stony Point Center (lunch is $10 and dinner is $15) for those who would like to come earlier or stay afterwards.
Great News from Rockland!
The NY Public Service Commission ordered Suez (formerly United Water NY) to abandon its desalination project on December 17, 2015. For more info, go to our Rockland Sierra Club page.
New Film from Josh Fox: How to Let Go of the World...
Monday, March 14, 2015 - Doors open at 6:00, movie at 6:30pm
Manhattanville College, The O'Byrne Chapel
The film is "How to Let Go of The World (And Love All the Things Climate Can't Change)", by Josh Fox, who made "Gasland", the powerful film that help galvanize New Yorkers against fracking in our state, culminating in Gov. Cuomo's 2015 ban.
Josh will answer questions after the movie.
The movie premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival.
This event is co-sponsored by SAPE, SEnRG, Sierra Club Lower Hudson Group, Rockland Water Coalition, Connie Hogarth Center for Social Action at Manhattanville College, and WESPAC. Manhattanville College is located at 2900 Purchase St, Purchase, NY 10577.
Suggested donation is $10. Chapel. This event is free and open to the public.
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Tuckahoe's Toxic Trench
A proposed Brownfield Development in Tuckahoe at the Old Marbledale Road Quarry Dump may cause toxic air emissions that pose a health threat to area residents. Residents of Bronxville and Eastchester should be concerned, as well as Tuckahoe residents, since the geology of the area will cause disturbed contaminants to flow in the groundwater beyond the Tuckahoe area. READ MORE...
Go Solar and Support Us!
When you go solar, you may see an immediate difference in your electric bill, plus you'll be helping the Sierra Club: Sungevity will donate $750 which will support both the Atlantic Chapter (NY state) and the Lower Hudson Group.
Call Sungevity at 844-815-5614 and they'll help you decide if your home is a good candidate for a solar system. Their experts will pick the best spot to install the panels, where they will collect the most sunshine and make your roof look beautiful.
*Offer valid for new customers only. Offer is non-transferable and cannot be combined with other offers or promotions, or redeemed for cash. A donation of $750 will be made to Sierra Club within 30-90 days of interconnection.