Doctress Neutopia presents "Lovolution"

  • Tucson City Council Ward 6 3202 E 1st Street Tucson, AZ

Sunday gatherings are held in the Community Room
at Tucson City Council Ward 6, 3202 E 1st Street

(one block south of Speedway, one block east of Country Club).

Live music begins at 4:10 pm. Program begins promptly at 4:30. 
We aim to end by 5:35. Potluck follows until 6:30.

Doctress Neutopia will be giving a Powerpoint presentation on her idea of Lovolution: evolution of revolution; non-violent global network for individual freedom and social justice; fusion of erotic energies for world peace; collective action of love building the social symphonies of arcologies (ecological city design). Using a whole-systems design to reorganize the world’s economic, political, technological, and spiritual foundation, she will arrive at visualizing an ever-evolving confederation of ecocity-states where everyone’s basic human needs and spiritual aspirations are met. Her presentation will ask the question: what would the world look like if true love—a mystical union between the sexes--ruled the planet? Such a vision asks the audience, "What would you do in such a peaceful global order?" We will end by practicing Neutopia’s “Whole-Systems Design Guided Meditation.”

Doctress Neutopia, aka Libby Hubbard, EdD, is a doctor of Future Studies. She was the last futurist to graduate from the University of Massachusetts program in 1996 before it was terminated during the Reagan Administration. At the turn of the 21st Century, she lived and worked at Arcosanti, a prototype arcology in the Arizona desert. Moving to Tucson, she started Lovolution Village, an Access Tucson TV show, devoted to broadcasting her visionary solution to global climate change. The show ended with the close of Access Tucson May 2015. Currently, she is committed to her yoga practice and working on a climate change yoga.

Doctress Neutopia, aka Libby Hubbard, EdD, is a doctor of Future Studies. She was the last futurist to graduate from the University of Massachusetts program in 1996 before it was terminated during the Reagan Administration. At the turn of the 21st Century, she lived and worked at Arcosanti, a prototype arcology in the Arizona desert. Moving to Tucson, she started Lovolution Village, an Access Tucson TV show, devoted to broadcasting her visionary solution to global climate change. The show ended with the close of Access Tucson May 2015. Currently, she is committed to her yoga practice and working on a climate change yoga.

Live Music on 12/13/15: Georgia Conroy Georgia is an artist and musician, has played flute since she was 8, and loves all forms of music. She taught music in public and private schools and presently enjoys writing her own songs, singing with autoharp, and volunteering as a hospice musician.

Live Music on 12/13/15: Georgia Conroy

Georgia is an artist and musician, has played flute since she was 8, and loves all forms of music. She taught music in public and private schools and presently enjoys writing her own songs, singing with autoharp, and volunteering as a hospice musician.


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