Len Rowell talks with Gus Jordan, director of medical and counseling services at Middlebury College, who offers insights in to story as a speaker and listener, focusing on finding the narrative of our lives. Recorded 9/27/16.
Host Len Rowell talks with Laurie Borden and Shirley Ryan, staff members for Hospice Volunteers Service, who share stories and information of the needs and assistance offered to individuals and families through hospice services. Recorded 9/27/16.
Jack Mayer, author of Life in a Jar: The Irena Sendler Project, presents a talk about the turbulent history of Germany’s Weimar democracy after World War I and the rise of Nazism. This history is the basis for his new historical fiction, Before the Court of Heaven, based on the true story of the 1922 assassination of Weimar’s highest ranking Jew – Foreign Minister Walther Rathenau – and the subsequent trial of the conspirators, the seeds of Hitler’s dictatorship. Dr. Mayer’s discussion fleshes out the remarkable historical events and considers how they led ordinary people to become complicit in extraordinary crimes. This talk is sponsored by the Vermont Humanities Council. Filmed by Chris Kirby for Ilsley Public Library and Middlebury Community Television 9/22/16.
The Addison County Peace Coalition hosts a U.N. International Day Of Peace event Wednesday, Sept. 21, at the Champlain Unitarian Universalist Society in Middlebury, VT.
Among the speakers is Deborah Felmeth, author of “Syria, Remember Me.” The photos and text in the Waltham resident’s book are gleaned from her 20 years living in Syria. It provides a window into the diverse culture, rich heritage and long history of a country that sadly is much in need of peace right now. Recorded 9/21/16..