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Connector Series Archive

SHARING IDEAS TO SPARK CHANGE.

Since its beginning in 1993, the Marion Institute has worked to foster understanding and dialogue around big ideas. In small and large venues, we have introduced people with cutting edge ideas to audiences with a thirst for knowledge and a passion for positive change. These events have focused on health, social justice, sustainability, responsible business, and individual potential, often highlighting issues 2 or 3 years before they have emerged in the national press.

The Connector Series events continue to inspire audiences and nurture thoughtful dialogue all year long with a fresh range of events, including speeches, panel discussions, and intensive workshops. Keep in touch with our latest news and step into a world of ideas that will help transform the way you live.

Antwi Akom- Greening the Educational Industrial Complex

Antwi Akom is an Associate Professor in the Department of Africana Studies and an affiliated faculty in Educational Leadership at San Francisco State University.
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Connector Series – Video Archive, Rev. Dr. William Barber

North Carolina NAACP President Rev. Dr. William Barber talks about fighting for rights in the modern U.S. political landscape.
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Autism Advocate Temple Grandin – October 22, 2016

Temple Grandin was diagnosed with ‪‎autism‬ as a child and went on to pursue work in psychology and animal science.
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Lessons From Cuba: Building Community Through Food
April 14, 2016

We Are How We Eat: Lessons from Cuba on building community through food.
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April 2016 Interview with Greg Watson “Cuba and the Future of Agriculture”

Greg discusses his findings in Cuba and how we can apply them to improve our own agricultural practices in the United States and beyond.
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For more information contact:
Patti Rego
patti@marioninstitute.org
508.748.0816 x117

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