4 to 6 p.m.
Ron Wooten-Green’s book launch this Friday for his groundbreaking “Bitter Harvest: Pesticides and Cancer — Avoidable Human Suffering”!
Ron will do a reading and open a discussion about his experience and findings in writing the book.
Special music by Flute and guitar duo, Sarita and Guillermo.
Hospice Chaplain and Political Scientist, Ron Wooten-Green humanizes the cancer death-toll caused by the rampant use of pesticides on crops, lawns, gardens, and golf courses across the globe. This book takes the reader from the US Midwest to the Southeast to the West to Canada to India, Malaysia, Ecuador and elsewhere with personal accounts of women’s lives, hopes and dreams prematurely destroyed by government and corporate collusion. The author brings into the open the voices of Rachel Carson and many modern-day prophets and whistle-blowers positioning themselves between the power of profiteering and sustainable living.
The book launch will be at idiomART.
Snacks and Cash bar. Email for more information
idiomART is located at Presidente Córdova 1-77 between Manuel Vega and Miguel Angel Estrella, in el Centro .
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