The “Poet of Poverty” is coming to Cherry Hill
This is a film about one man’s words.
This searing film tells the story of Camden through the eyes of its most poetic defender, Father Michael Doyle, the Poet of
After the film, join Father Doyle and others for a conversation about the current state of Camden, its grassroots energy and the city’s connection to its neighbors.
Thursday, January 21st, 7-9pm
Cherry Hill Public Library
1100 Kings Highway North
Cherry Hill, NJ
There is no charge for the event, but we would like to know who’s coming.Â Please RSVP here or call Lori Braunstein at 609.238.3449.
Free-will donations benefit Waterfront South Camden’s Center for Transformation. This non-profit group serves as “a think tank and action arm for environmental justice in Camden and the region at large”.
Father Michael Doyle: poet, peace activist, preacher, pastor and friend of the people
Moderater- Stew Abrams: Sustainable Cherry Hill board member, NJDEP Environmental Justice Advisory Council member, environmental engineer and activist
Did you know that one of the tenants of sustainability is social justice?
Cherry Hill and Camden are intimately connected.Â When we flush our toilets, throw out our garbage or toss our scrap metal, guess where it goes?Â There is no such thing as “away”.Â Read more on the SCH blog about this connection and our plans to collaborate with the Waterfront South community in Camden.
This event is co-sponsored by The Cherry Hill Public Library and the Faith and Sustainability & the Regional/Urban Partnerships for Sustainability task forces of SCH and is made possible by a generous anonymous sponsor from the Cherry Hill community!