“What Would Henry Do?" - Shared screen with speaker view
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Watch the film, "the Penobscot," viewable anytime 6/11-6/14 on vimeo: https://vimeo.com/427895797. Recommended watch time: 6:30 PM, June 13th. The Film Q & A Zoom webinar begins at 8 PM.Welcome to "What Would Henry Do?" sponsored by Thoreau Farm and The Thoreau Society with interviewer Ken Lizotte and guest speakers: Ronald Wesley Hoag, Anna West Winter, Ed Begley, Jr., and Sandra Harbert Petrulionis.You can dig deeper today, by visiting the Thoreau Society Shop at Walden Pond eStore: https://www.thoreausociety.org/basic-page/more-day-dawn-webinar-book-saleWalden Pond State Reservation and the Shop at Walden Pond are now open.
Not sure HDT would love Amazon. So YES do visit the webinar book sale (link above) if you’d like to purchase this book!
The audience might ponder, "What would Henry do? Comments will be shared with the panelists.
Wonderful job, all! I’ve included President Carter’s letter in this Instagram post: https://www.instagram.com/p/CBYqBlagB3w/
Thanks for sharing the name and link of movie !
I remember an entry from Henry's Journal where the talks about how (forgot the context) to 1 rich person live his life the way it is, many people need to be in poverty. I guess it was 31 or 11th january but don't remember the year. So I highly doubt he would enjoy Amazon at all, not only for this aspect but the environmental impacts of such corporation.
Good to hear Ed Begley reading his piece from Heaven Is Under Our Feet. I’ve been browsing through the book over the past day—a fascinating complication of contributions including some well-knowns like Jesse Jackson, James Earl Jones, Meryl Streep, Doctorow, McGuane, Vonnegut, Erdrich, Stegner, Jim Harrison, Bette Midler….
Thank you !
Thank you! Loved it!