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We're presenting an online, three-part film series that includes live discussions and music performances. This series of thought-provoking events invites us all to move forward, re-imagining a different kind of society.​The films, Us & Them, Conviction and PUSH will confront the issues of homelessness, poverty, substance dependency and mental health as calls to action. This free event is made possible by Northumberland United Way, sponsor of Green Wood’s speaker series, Community 101 and IMAGINATE Conference.

Us & Them: Watch online anytime between Saturday, Nov. 14 - 21, then join us for a virtual live music performance by Rick Fines, followed by a discussion with filmmaker, Krista Loughton on Thursday, Nov. 19 at 7 p.m. EST.

Conviction: Watch online anytime between Saturday, Nov. 21 - 28, then join us for a virtual live music performance by Alysha Brilla, followed by a panel discussion with Senator Kim Pate and Conviction filmmakers, on Thursday, Nov. 26, 7 p.m. EST.

PUSH: Watch online anytime between Monday, Dec. 1 - 7, then join us for a virtual live (international) music performance by Martyn Joseph, followed by a thought-provoking conversation with Human Rights Lawyer, Michele Biss, about the global housing crisis and the right to shelter, on Sunday, Dec. 6 at 3 p.m. EST.

While we continue to lament the fact that we aren't able to gather around the table every week as we have for many years, we are adapting to pandemic-safe approaches to community building and connecting. But we still believe in the magic of good food, shared with one another, so Green Wood community members and staff are delivering 70+ delicious meals each week to individuals at home. We combine each meal delivery with an informal wellness check, a friendly face and maybe a laugh or two. Thanks to our kitchen wizards, St. John's Anglican Church, the friendly delivery crew and the Northumberland United Way/Federal ESCF funding that makes this possible. Bon Appetit!

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