SPEAKERS SERIES

There's so many ways to learn. The Rainbow Lifelong Learning Institute brings in speakers from across many fields to shed light on exciting and challenging topics. Each session, which is free, is a 60-90 minute learning opportunity held occasionally in between semesters. Guest speakers include authors, scientists, activists, writers, lawyers, social workers, artists, and many others. Currently, our speaker series is occurring online.

To sign up for the speaker series please join our mailing list. Announcement and registration information will be sent to the list by email.

UPCOMING SPEAKERS AND TOPICS

To sign up for the speaker series please join our mailing list. Announcement and registration information will be sent to the list by email.

Next Speaker 12/6/2022 at 11AM

Hear Mary Aviyah Farkas speak about Overcoming Deepest Grief. 

Learn more at www.eldermuse.net

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SAMPLE OF PAST SPEAKERS AND TOPICS

  • The Growing Wave of Federal Immigration Restrictions and the Potential Impact of the 2020 Census, Trevor Mattos, Boston Indicators

  • Reading from A Raisin in My Cleavage, Sue Katz, author

  • Aging in Place, Alice Fisher

  • Helping you To Understand Medicare, Mark Heumann, SHINE counselor

  • How to Avoid Identity Theft, David Rooks

  • LGBTQ Asylum Task Force, Al Green

  • Between Us: Poetry and Prose: Book reading, The Z Street Writers

  • Pink Ribbons, Inc.: Breast Cancer Action, Ellen Leopold

  • Sovereign Erotics:  Native American Two-Spirit Writers and Theory, Cheryl Savigneau

  • Learning to be Old, Sarah Pearlman

  • Living in Community – Options for Older Adults, Sharon Brooks

  • Rainbow Railroad: Moving LGBTQI People From Danger, Ashton Giese

  • Not a Soldier Girl- Israel in the 1950's, Linda Dittmar

  • The Day I Die- an intimate investigation of Assisted Dying, Anita Hannig