You Can Talk With Celebrated Ethologist Jane Goodall During a Massachusetts Museum Event
Virtually speaking to each other is a bigger part of our world than ever before, and that's just fine when you can watch and listen to a special, intimate event at the Peabody Essex Museum in Massachusetts.
According to the museum's website, Dr. Jane Goodall is the guest for this intimate event called Cultivating Hope, Healing and Courage. Already making history many times over as a living legend in conservationism and anthropology, Women's History Month is an inspired time to hear Jane speak on her hope for our collective future, especially while the world is in the throws of turmoil in so many ways.
A Q&A session with Dr. Goodall is also part of the event. Are you already feeling invigorated? This special moment with the museum is all about living with courage and compassion as a means to healing our relationship with the planet, according to the Peabody Essex Museum invite.
Dr. Jane Goodall, founder of the Jane Goodall Institute and UN Messenger of Peace, is a world-renowned ethologist and activist inspiring greater understanding and action on behalf of the natural world. Through her tireless advocacy to create a better future for people, other animals, and the planet we share, Dr. Goodall inspires millions of people with her message of hope through action.
One thing I absolutely love about Jane's messaging is that she also has a podcast, which she calls a "Hopecast." I mean this may just be what we all need right now.
Joining Jane for her Q&A is soundscape ecologist Bernie Kraus, who produced an immersive audio-visual experience called The Great Animal Orchestra with United Visual Artists.
Award-winning composer, author, and humanitarian Ruth Mendelson, who's worked closely with Jane, will be there as well.
Click here to register for this hour long event on Monday, March 21st.