Spirituality and The Resistance Panel

Panels
Sunday, 4-5:30   Rm 7

The 2016 election made it clear that America is a nation deeply divided along racial, cultural, gender and class lines. The resistance to Donald Trump is unprecedented in volume and scope but millions are still trapped between denial and disaster. This much-needed discussion will explore Deepak Chopra’s powerful statement that Trump’s victory “has stripped away the façade” and forced us all to face our country’s collective shadow. Selected from the fields of spirituality, personal development, and social justice, our diverse panel of experts will discuss self-care in this Trumpian age and how to best use this time as a magnificent opportunity for spiritual growth.

Moderator LeGrande Green is the host of BOLD, a popular podcast that tells the untold stories behind the headlines. The recipient of four Daytime Emmys, he was Supervising Senior Producer of “The Oprah Winfrey Show” where he worked closely with Ms. Winfrey for nearly a decade.

 

 

John Kim blogs as The Angry Therapist. He practices complete authenticity and transparency, exercising unconventional ways to help people transform. He is the author of The Angry Therapist: The No BS Guide to Finding and Living Your Truth.

 

 

Valerie Joi is a gifted minister and musician who has worked with many recording artists as a pianist, vocalist, composer and producer. She’s currently pursuing a doctorate at the California Institute of Integral Studies, where she’s exploring the interconnection between music, spirituality and social activism.

 

Simma Lieberman is internationally known as “The Inclusionist”. A top level executive consultant, she’s the 2017 winner of Global Diversity Leadership award. Her mission is to create inclusive cultures by embracing diversity in our workplaces and communities.

 

 

Daniel Pinchbeck is the provocative author of How Soon Is Now? and the co-founder of the web magazine, Reality Sandwich, and Evolver.net. A leading social commentator, he was featured in the documentary, 2012: Time for Change.