Seattle FOR Author Reading on “Deep Cooperation Made Us Human”
November 17 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Sun Nov 17, 6:30-8:30 pm, at Woodland Park Presbyterian Church, 225 N 70th St, Seattle, – Near #5 bus;
Seattle Fellowship of Reconciliation presents a book reading and discussion with John Repp, author of “Deep Cooperation Made Us Human”
All are welcome! Free, an offering will be taken. Info 206-789-5565 or email@example.com or or https://forseattle.wordpress.com/
John Repp will talk about and read from his recently released book “Deep Cooperation Made Us Human,” a collection of articles published in Pacific Call, the newsletter of Western Washington Fellowship of Reconciliation. Spanning the past 6 years, the articles cover everything from an explanation of how prehistoric human society worked, the advantages of public banking, short travelogues of Cuba and of the famous cooperative in Mondragon, Spain, a way to reverse global warming, and more. John will have books for sale.
John grew up in a small Indiana town. He lived in Europe for several years after college, aiding to his understanding of the world. He came to Seattle in 1969 and got active with the Seattle Liberation Front against the Vietnam war. He later dropped out of graduate school and became a journeyman machinist, working at Boeing making parts for commercial airplanes. When it looked like Bush/Cheney were going to invade Iraq, John was part of the group that started Sound Nonviolent Opponents of War in 2002. John was one of the SNOW 12 arrested in a nonviolent sit in trying to prevent that war. He joined WWFOR at that time.