How does one mold such complex principles as peace, justice, and sustainability into a coherent story? The difficulty reflects the media’s broader struggle to convey how these themes are mutually linked. Seeing Systems: Peace, Justice, and Sustainability connects the dots between three of society’s most pressing challenges and helps participants find pathways for powerful change in our everyday lives. Preview the book here
Dates, Times, Format
Sundays 7-8:30 p.m.
Six sessions weekly starting September 26, 2021
This is an EcoChallenge discussion course featuring highly flexible, participative discussions about the readings each week. The ideal group size is 8-12 people, but we can run the course with as few as 6 and as many as 15 participants. The facilitator can but does not have to rotate among group members each week. The first meeting of this course will be online, but later meetings could be held in-person depending on group preference.
Dan Barash is a former Simply Living board member and a longtime advocate for local foods. Dan has volunteered for many years at the Worthington Farmers Market. He was inspired to join Simply Living after taking Earth Institute (now EcoChallenge) courses, and his discussion group became friends and met for several years after the course ended. Dan is an IT professional and works at OCLC.
Book: EcoChallenge discussion courses use a book that contains readings for each week. The book can be obtained from the EcoChallenge store. Use code SAVE10 to receive $10 off. Buy the book
Tuition: This course is free for members of Simply Living. If you are not a current member, we ask that you pay the membership fee of $25 or join at simplyliving.org/membership