We (Communality) are co-sponsoring the following event.
Maude Barlow, author of Blue Gold: The Battle to Stop Corporate Theft of the World's Water
The Global Water Crisis:
Local / Municipal Control of Water vs. Control by Global Mega-Corporations
7:30 p.m. Wednesday, October 12
Agricultural Extension Center
1104 Red Mile Place Lexington(see directions below)
Free & open to the public.
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Maude Barlow is Chair of the Council of Canadians, Canada's largest citizen advocacy organization. She was the primary speaker at a Water Conference, held in Lexington last April by the University of Kentucky's Appalachian Center. Her 10/12 lecture will relate the Central Kentucky water situation to the Global Water Crisis. Ernie Yanarella. Professor of Political Science, and Co-Chairman of The Center for Sustainable Cities, University of Kentucky will moderate. Speaking at a Seattle Teach-In on water, 11/26/99, Maude was introduced as follows: "Maude Barlow is one of the most inspiring battlers against globalization and corporate control of water on the whole planet. Campaigning against privatization and globalization of the planet's remaining fresh water, she has been on every TV station in Canada and has given speeches in every Canadian city, and many American and European ones. She's tough, she's brilliant, she's fun ---and she wins." "Maude is a major public figure in Canada. She is national chair of the 100,000 member Council of Canadians. Many Canadians say she could run successfully for Prime Minister of Canada--if she only would." Following Maude's lecture, there will be a Question and Answer period for questions and comments.
Red Mile Place is on the southwest side of Red Mile Road, 3/10 (0.3) of a mile from the Versailles Road, and next to the entrance to The Fayette Seed Company. Colored balloons will be placed there to mark the entrance. The Extension Center is a low red brick building at the end of Red Mile Place. There is some parking in front, more in the rear.
Central Kentucky Council for Peace and Justice (CKCPJ) http://www.peaceandjusticeky.org/
Communality: Faith Seeking Action
The Environmental Program, U.K. College of Arts and Sciences
GreenThumb, a U.K. Environmental Group
Kentuckians For The Commonwealth - Central Kentucky Chapter
The Sierra Club
United Nations Association of the Bluegrass
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
Ray Wilkie - Water Program Chair 255-6319. email@example.com