A Book by Carl C. Anthony

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Past Events

Fri., October 13, Paloma  promoted the book at the Breakthrough Communities table during the poster session at the 17th Annual National Imagining America Conference at UC Davis in Davis, CA. 
 —Lynne Elizabeth, director of New Village Press, our publisher, had another table with more of their wonderful books.
—Paloma and Lynne did a presentation about the book at the Avid Reader bookstore in Davis at 7:30 PM.

The Book Launch Celebration in Oakland, CA, 
at Impact Hub Oakland the evening of Wednesday, October 18,
was a great success with a standing room–only crowd of old friends and new, delicious food, sharing of stories, video, and inspiring songs by Oakland’s Thrive Choir. The books were sold out.

at the Bioneers Conference in San Rafael, CA: 
On Saturday, October 21,  Carl and Paloma participated in a panel “Environmental Literacy for All,”  presented by Ten Strands, a groundbreaking organization working to bring environmental literacy to all of California’s K-12 students 
The panel was followed by a book signing in the Bioneers bookstore, which was open to the public 

 San Francisco, CA
Fri., November 7, 7:30–8:30 PM PST Author event at Green Apple Books

Oakland, CA
Thurs., November 9,  Carl and Paloma joined Brian Swimme and others at Holy Names University for an event celebrating the 25th anniversary of “The Universe Story” 

 They shared slides and stories illustrating the power of the Universe Story to reverse racial injustices and inspire collaboration.



New York City
Carl,  Paloma, and Paloma’s partner, Richard Page, arrived in Manhattan on Monday, November 13.  
They spent Tuesday connecting with old friends and meeting with former colleagues st the Ford Foundation.
They spent Wednesday at The New School – in the afternoon as guest lecturers at a class on Race in the US, their session being Race and Environment.
In the evening the Book Launch Celebration featured a panel discussion moderated by Michelle DePass, Dean of the Milano School of International Affairs, Management and Urban Policy & Tishman Professor of Environmental Policy and Management
On Thursday they participated in an author event at Bluestockings Bookstore.