In Celebration of Gandhi's Birthday and International Day of Nonviolence,

Ahimsa Center presents a virtual public lecture by

Michael Charles Tobias

Saturday, October 2, 10:00-11:00 a.m. PST via zoom

Nonviolence in an Age of Mass Extinctions

Given the extent of humanity’s dominion over the biosphere, how can individuals contribute meaningfully to the amelioration of suffering? To the end of our mindless domination of so many other species? Where are the moments in our past and present which offer a window for the future in terms of true conscience at work, compassion in action, a vision of the future that can help all of us to re-embrace the natural world sustainably. Dr. Tobias will discuss nonviolent options that might yet empower our species’ ability to collectively instill an ethical, ecological consensus.

The talk will be followed by Q & A and dialogue with the speaker.

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Michael Charles Tobias is an author, historian of consciousness, a global ecologist, and a film-maker. He is the author of over 55 books, has written, directed and/or produced over 100 films. He has conducted ecological field research in over 90 countries.

Dr. Tobias has taught at several institutions of higher education including, Dartmouth College, the University of California-Santa Barbara (as both Distinguished Visiting Professor of Environmental Studies and the Regents Lecturer), and the University of New Mexico-Albuquerque (as the Visiting Garrey Carruthers Endowed Chair of Honors).

Dr. Tobias is an advocate for animal rights. Ingrid Newkirk, co-founder and President of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, described Tobias as "one of the world's great souls."

Long-time President of the Dancing Star Foundation, Tobias has been deeply involved in wildlife conservation and animal/habitat liberation on every continent for half-century.

Tobias is a recipient of numerous awards and honors.

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