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Mitchell Rabin's Roundtable: Barbara M. Hubbard w Jean Houston, Hazel Henderson

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World-renowned philosopher, futurist, evolutionary leader, teacher and author Barbara Marx Hubbard transitioned last week with blessings given from around the world to her as she embarks upon the next steps of her profound journey.  Barbara has been a guest on A Better World Radio & TV a number of times Her presence will be greatly missed.

This week’s radio program will be a Roundtable with two of Barbara’s closest and long-time friends, Jean Houston and Hazel Henderson, in honor and homage to Barbara Marx Hubbard.

These three giants of the archetypal Feminine joined together decades ago, brainstormed, heart-stormed, spirit-stormed and shaped a grand work called The Book of Yin.

Jean Houston is an internationally renowned speaker, author and philosopher Jean Houston, creativity is one of the most important keys to unlocking hidden human potential and ushering in greater possibilities for one’s life.  Jean has worked with Jimmy Carter, Bill and Hillary Clinton, the United Nations and NASA. http://www.jeanhouston.com

Hazel is a world-renowned futurist, evolutionary economist, a worldwide syndicated columnist, and author of  award-winning Ethical Markets: Growing the Green Economy (2006) and eight other books. She created the Ethical Markets TV series in global distribution at www.films.com, the EthicMark® Awards, the Green Transition Scoreboard®and co-created Ethical Biomimicry Finance®.  www.ethicalmarkets.com

Mitchell Rabin is the Founder, President and CEO of A Better World Foundation & Media, with a background in psychology  stress management,& social entrepreneurship. He is a counselor, and executive coach all as a means of educating and inspiring clients and students alike to leading others by modeling humane, eco-sensitive values.  www.abetterworld.tv www.mitchellrabin.com

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