A Living Library & Bonnie Ora Sherk Featured in United Nations 75th Anniversary Journal

It is with great excitement and honor that we announce A Living Library & Bonnie Ora Sherk’s inclusion in the recently published United Nations 75th Anniversary Commemorative Journal !

In this illustrated interview shown below, Bonnie Ora Sherk discusses her development of A Living Library and highlights the organization’s work with climate change, transforming environments, teaching students of all ages about natural systems and principals, and goal to create place-based Branch Living Library & Think Parks – locally and globally.

Included in Article are Before, During, & After photos of the Ecological Transformation of James Denman Middle School Rear Yard (2017-18). The Rear Yard Transformation expands A.L.L.’s larger OMI/Excelsior Living Library & Think Park, which was designed by Bonnie Ora Sherk and Life Frames, Inc., non-profit sponsor of A Living Library.  This transformative work is maintained in partnership with students from the four adjacent San Francisco Unified School District and community participation.

CENTERPOINT NOW, “Are we there yet?”  Publication commemorating the UN’s 75th anniversary with works and commentary by international artists, activists, innovators, academics, and policy-makers

Now online:  CENTERPOINT NOW, “Are we there yet?”

Limited edition hard copy – Press release attached.  Whole Journal plus Article follows below.

Together, these transformations from gray to green radiate out to the wider neighborhoods, creating vital, diverse, lush, and themed Learning Zones while connecting communities throughout the Islais Creek Watershed, the largest in San Francisco.  Please see Interview in the UN Journal on pages 102-103 in the online journal, linked here.  Press release also linked here.  2 Page Interview is also pasted below.

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