Flux CrossFit - School of Human Movement is proud to present Mr. Philip Brass of the Peepeekisis First Nation as the second speaker in our Entangled Animal Speaker's Series. Mr. Brass will be speaking on the topic of "Sustenance and Sustainability - A Hunter's Journey". Mr. Brass believes that the practice and topic of Hunting is a real lynch pin that connects many important issues such as GMO's, climate/habitat change, food security as well as spirituality/religion. In this talk, Mr. Brass will provide his history as a hunter, as well as the politics of hunting in relation to his experience. Mr. Brass will also speak to the practicalities and challenges of hunting.
This talk will take place at Flux CrossFit - School of Human Movement, 3424 13th Avenue on Sunday, January 26 at 2:30 pm. This event is FREE but we will be accepting donations for the Non-Profit organization - People For Animals.
The Entangled Animal Speaker's Series was created by Principal Coach and Owner of Flux CrossFit - School of Human Movement, Darci Anderson, as a way for people to critically engage with and ask questions on topics related to food, health and ecology. Our first guest speaker was Dr. Shannon Hayes, author of Long Way on a Little and The Radical Homemaker's Guide.