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Dr. Will Tuttle to Speak at UM

Author Dr. Will Tuttle is coming to Ann Arbor to speak at UM! Dr. Tuttle will present the main ideas in his groundbreaking and provocative new book, “The World Peace Diet.” It is the first book to make explicit the invisible connections between our meals and our broad range of problems-psychological, social, and spiritual, as well as health and environmental. Dr. Tuttle offers powerful ways we can all experience healing and peace and contribute to a positive transformation of human consciousness.

With a doctorate in education from the University of California at Berkley, Dr. Will Tuttle has been an avid peace advocate, animal rights activist and vegan for nearly three decades. The extremely accomplished co-founder of the Worldwide Prayer Circle for Animals, he is also on the board of advisors of EarthSave, a frequent presenter at the annual Animal Rights Conference and Vegetarian Summerfest, as well as an accomplished musician. Dr. Tuttle has given hundreds of seminars and lectures to various organizations and universities around the country. We are extremely excited about him coming to Michigan!

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EVENT INFO
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DATE: Tuesday September 25th, 2007
TIME: 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM (approx.)
LOCATION: Rm. 1040, School of Natural Resources
& Environment (Dana Building)

The Dana Buidling is located at:
440 Church Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48109-1041

Visit Dr. Tuttle’s Website at: http://www.willtuttle.com/schedule.htm

Below are some reviews of “The World Peace Diet” :

“A profoundly insightful and important book, The World Peace Diet is sure to be a catalyst and powerful tool in the evolution of human consciousness.”
-Satya Magazine

“The World Peace Diet is one of the most provocative books I’ve ever read. I felt challenged and stimulated by its profound insights, and called to question ever more deeply what Will Tuttle calls “the taboo against knowing who you eat.” This is a deep book, aglow with insights that penetrate and expose the complacency of a culture that has strayed painfully far from compassion.”
-John Robbins, author, Diet For A New America and The Food Revolution

“I am grateful for this powerful and cogent book. It has stretched my thinking (and heart) about animals, compassion, and our society and will probably be catalytic in furthering my personal growth.”
-John Mackey, Founder and C.E.O., Whole Foods, Inc



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