The day before Labor Day we will explore the role of work in our lives. Through work we create and re-create the world, but the way work is treated in our society alienates us from our creativity. We will explore ways we can move towards a world that exalts the creative process and values the work which is part of each of our lives.
A colloquy is an intimate circle that allows for deep listening and sharing around a topic.
Carl Levine, the facilitator, “works” in many ways including, among others, as a lawyer representing working people and their unions, and as a traditional dance caller. He is a longtime member of the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture.