Spend an evening with Rivera Sun as she discusses her books, writing, resistance, peaceful revolution and non-violence culture. Her most recent offering is the book, THE DANDELION INSURRECTION.
She also is the Director of the following campaign: http://paceebene.org/programs/
This is her St. Petersburg stop during her tour through Sunny Florida! Call 727 278 1547 for info.
University of South Florida St. Petersburg Thursday, January 29, 2015 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM An Evening with Rivera Sun @Student Life Center Multi-Purpose Space (2101)
The suggested donation amount will go up $5 at the door. USF Students with ID are free.
If you can donate more at the door, someone else in need will be able to attend.
No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
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Saturday afternoon’s Workshop on January 31st on Creative Non-Violence is linked here: https://www.facebook.com/event
Rivera Sun’s Biography:
Rivera Sun lives in an earthship in the high desert of New Mexico. She gets up before dawn (and the lizards) and starts her day by drinking pu’erh tea and baking bread in her outdoor adobe clay oven. Rivera has written eight theatrical plays, published two books of inspirational poetry, two breathtaking novels, and written/performed many dance theater productions. Her work has received standing ovations from coast to coast and touched the hearts and souls of many.
Rivera believes in being an embodiment of love-in-action in all that she does. A passionate participant in creating a just, sustainable, and peaceful world, she takes the responsibility of life seriously . . . and with a good dose of humor. Her novels focus on the social issues of our times, positing creative solutions as well as muckraking through the causes of suffering.
“Life is the ultimate adventure!” Rivera says.
Indeed, for Rivera Sun, it has been a non-stop wild ride from birth onward. She is a twin, grew up on an organic farm on the Canadian border of Maine, attended Bennington College in Vermont, headed to the west coast to pursue dance and theater, toured nationally with solo performance works, and now lives and writes in the desert of New Mexico.
Rivera is easy to connect with on Facebook and Twitter, or through the Rising Sun Dance Theater website. She encourages her readers to reach out, write reviews, and share their favorite quotes with others.
You can view the G+ event @ https://plus.google.com/events/c1tuot79qshj2gsdubrk4cqlbn4