On the Waterfront: Kathryn Blume
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Host Melinda Moulton speaks with Kathryn Blume a speaker, writer, environmental activist, and award-winning solo performer who has toured her original work to over 50 cities in the US, Canada, and Europe. She founded Earth on the Air, a nationally-syndicated, award-winning environmental and social justice radio program, co-founded the Lysistrata Project, the first worldwide theatrical event for peace, and is co-founder and Executive Director of the award-winning community sustainability game Vermontivate! Kathryn is the author of Dancing to the Beat of the Great Green Heart - a collection of political and environmental essays, speeches, and commentaries - and has contributed to the books Beautiful Trouble, MoveOn.org's 50 Ways To Love Your Country, Code Pink's Stop the Next War Now, Outcry - American Voices of Conscience Post 9/11, and 365 Ways to Change the World. Kathryn received her BA from Yale with a self-designed degree in environmental studies and theater, serves as board chair for 350VT, and lives in Charlotte with her husband Mark Nash and their highly interactive cats.