Bo Lozoff’s University Talk

June 21st, 2007 by Adam

Bo Lozoff

Humanitarian Bo Lozoff will give a University Talk on July 18th at noon in Heritage Commons (location switched from Frost Commons)
on the Plymouth State University campus.

Food will be provided.

Bo Lozoff is the co-founder with his wife Sita
of the Human Kindness Foundation and its award winning Prison Ashram Project. Bo’s first book, “We’re All Doing Time” is now in its thirteenth printing,
and is available in several languages. It was hailed by the Village Voice as “one of the ten books everyone in the world should read.”
That book and others are also forwarded by the Fourteenth Dalai Lama. Most importantly, his first has been lauded by prison staff and
prisoners alike as one of the most helpful books ever written for true self-improvement and rehabilitation. Bo’s life has been devoted
to bringing dignity into the lives of all human beings, especially those who society has given up on.

The Lozoffs have been cited for numerous humanitarian awards, including the prestigious Temple Award for Creative Altruism from the Institute for Noetic Sciences. Bo holds an honorary doctorate from the Chicago Theological Seminary and was also named by Utne Reader as one of America’s 100 Spiritual Visionaries. His sincerity and commitment have earned the respect of hundreds of thousands of prisoners and others around the world who feel inspired to follow a similar path of living simply and joyfully caring about others.

Bo is currently on a tour of visiting prisons, giving public talks and playing music in every state in the country.
In late July he will be in the state of NH.
Bo will be playing his music at the Plymouth Regional Senior Center on Friday July 22nd from 7-9pm.
He will also be giving a sermon, with a Q&A at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Plymouth on Sunday July 22nd at 9:30.
We have been fortunate in getting Bo to come and spend some time with us. Please come and spend some time with one of the world’s great humanitarians as he shares his wisdom of what it means to live a meaningful life.

Please send Mark Fischler an email if you will be attending at mjfischler@plymouth.edu.
Food will be served and we need a rough estimate of those attending.

Sincerely,

Mark James Fischler, J.D.
Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice
Plymouth State University