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Hosted by Cary Harrison 

Sunday, February 12     2:30 pm - 4:30 pm    

Room: Plaza Ballroom

     In these ever-changing and unpredictable times, we realize that old paradigms no longer serve us. We find ourselves looking inward to reflect on how we can live our lives in truth and find peace in turmoil. We look around and find more and more people on the planet dedicating their lives -- through action, initiation, ignition and leadership - seeking outside-the-box solutions to sustain our lives on the planet.

     These dedicated emissaries of change include: Vandana Shiva, John Perkins, Greg Palast, Barbara Marx Hubbard and Q'Orianka Kilcher.  Radio show host, Cary Harrison will be moderating this illuminating discussion. These sacred activists have traveled the Earth sharing their heart and soul, their talents and skills, each in their own field of expertise. They each have personally delved deep into all sides of core injustices that threaten humanity and our ecosystem.

     Join us for a stimulating discussion on strategies to help regenerate new systems for our sacred world. We also can look into our own lives, reflecting as to how we can all contribute individually and collectively to participate in the transformation of the world.

Hosted by Cary Harrison

Cary Harrison is narrator and producer of the REELZ Channel’s celebrity biography series, “Celebrated”. He further writes, narrates, and voices projects ranging from the History Channel to Howard Stern. He was awarded the Vanderbilt University's distinguished Siegenthaler Award for integrity, intelligence and courage in the field of journalism, the Sigma Delta Chi award—the highest honor bestowed for public service by the Society of Professional Journalists, and top honors—two years' running—from American Women in Radio & Television for exposé reporting and investigative journalism. Cary’s received 1st place honors for “Best Commentary” from the Associated Press, and was honored by the UN, the Mayor and City Council of West Hollywood/Los Angeles for his Environmental and Peace work. Most recently by the LA Press Club for News coverage and was just nominated for an Edward R. Murrow Award in Public Radio.

John Perkins is a founding board member of Dream Change and The Pachamama Alliance, non-profit organizations devoted to establishing a world future generations will want to inherit, has lectured at Harvard andOxford.

John learned the powers of perceived reality to change objective reality from Amazon shamans in 1968-71, honed them as an economic hit man, and has since used them to help individuals, corporations, and governments create a better world. His books, in 33 languages, spent 73 weeks on the NYT bestseller list.

Dr. Vandana Shiva combines sharp intellectual inquiry with courageous activism, and her work spans teaching at universities worldwide to working with peasants in rural India. Time Magazine identified Dr. Shiva as an environmental ‘hero’ in 2003, and Asia Week has called her one of the five most powerful communicators in Asia. In November 2010, Forbes Magazine identified Dr. Shiva as one of the Seven Most Powerful Women on the Globe.

In 1991 she founded Navdanya, a national movement to protect the diversity and integrity of living resources – especially native seed – and to promote organic farming and fair trade.

Barbara Marx Hubbard has been called "the voice for conscious evolution..." by Deepak Chopra. She is the subject of Neale Donald Walsch’s book The Mother of Invention. And many would agree she is the global ambassador for conscious change.As a prolific author and educator, Barbara has written seven books on social and planetary evolution.  She has produced, hosted, and contributed to countless documentaries seen by millions of people around the world. In 1984 her name was placed in nomination for the Vice Presidency of the United States on the Democratic ticket, calling for a "Peace Room" to scan for, map, connect and communicate what is working in America and the world.

Greg Palast has been called the "most important investigative reporter of our time.” Palast has broken front-page stories for BBC Television Newsnight, The Guardian, Nation Magazine and Rolling Stone. He is the author of the NYTimes bestsellers Billionaires & Ballot Bandits, Armed Madhouse  and Vultures' Picnic. His documentary, Best Democracy Money Can Buy recently opened to rave reviews.

Q'Orianka Kilcher - actress, singer and activist. (known for her breakthrough starring roles and her active stance around the world defending the Rain Forest, Native Americans, Green Peace, etc.)

On September 4, 2015, Kilcher joined with Natasha Bedingfield, Sean Paul, Paul McCartney, Fergie, Colbie Caillat, Krewella, Angelique Kidjo, Christina Grimmie, Kelsea Ballerini, Victoria Justice, Nicole Scherzinger, Sheryl Crow and Toby Gad for the environmentally-themed "Love Song to the Earth."[19] The song aims at raising awareness of climate change, with all proceeds benefiting Friends of the Earth U.S. and the UN Foundation. Kilcher and several Love Song singers performed in Washington, DC ahead of Pope Francis' address to the U.S. Congress.