December 5, 2022 @ 10:00 am - 1:55 pm
David Radcliff is director of the New Community Project, a small nonprofit organization with a big goal: to change the world. NCP focuses on earth care, human justice, and experiential learning. Through its partners in Africa, Asia and the Americas, NCP supports girls’ education, women’s empowerment and native communities, and is planting 200,000 trees every year. Here at home, it has Sustainable Living Centers in Virginia and Vermont. David leads Learning Tours to NCP partner areas, and travels widely around the USA, speaking in schools, colleges, congregations and community groups. He lives in Blue Ridge, VA, where he gets around by bicycle.
Stop in for one session or catch them all! Located in Dejardin Hall room 808 or via zoom at https://iavalley.zoom.us/j/99094603605.
These FREE presentations are 55 minute sessions throughout the day and open to MCC students and the community.
Presentation schedule includes:
10-10:55 “Poverty in a World of Plenty”
11-11:55 “No Place for a Woman”
12-12:55 “Climate Change Changes Everything”
1-1:55 “Native vs. Capitalist”