Who Do We Own? with Abraham Entin [May 5, San Francisco Waldorf High School]

A free-wheeling look at how debt shapes our lives and how to find a way towards freedom.

Utilizing original songs, stories and events from contemporary life, we will discover a new perspective on how debt operates and how we can change our relationship to this fundamental fact of life. Please join us for this unique and uplifting perspective on an issue that affects us all. Abraham Entin has been an activist for social transformation since his youth in Chicago in the 1960's. He has also been a student of Rudolf Steiner for over forty years and has worked to t ranslate these ideas into forms accessible and relevant to people today. He has spent his life thinking about and participating in the events of his times. As a teenager he joined the Civil Rights Movement and was a Vietnam Era Draft Resister. Most recently he founded the Sonoma County affiliate of Move to Amend and was active in the Occupy Movement. 

Abraham met the work of Rudolf Steiner in 1974-1975, and has been a student of his work ever since. He was a member of the first Western Regional Council of the Anthroposophical Society and a founding member of the Council of Anthroposophical Organizations (CAO). He also did groundbreaking work for the Waldorf school movement on building enrollment and was a founding board member of The Salaam Shalom Educational Foundation (now renamed Re-Generation). He Is also a singer-songwriter! His music and excerpts from speeches and classes can be found on You Tube.

San Francisco Waldorf High School
470 West Portal
San Francisco, CA 94127

3:00 – 5:00 pm
Please allow extra time for parking. Due to construction, there is no longer a parking lot available. Street parking only.