What Can I Do?

This class is about identity... about how our identity is reflected in how we as a society treat those that are the least well off. We will discuss the criminal justice system, the historical baggage that contributes to our national perspective, the current political changes and what they have to say about the momentum of our identity. Then we will explore how each of us can act to change our identity, enhance our perspectives, and shape a better world for the future.


Please join us and discover new ways to shape your inner world, and effect the rest of the world around you.

The speaker is the author of 'Einstein's Intuition', and subject of the New York Time's bestseller 'Sex on the Moon'. He was sentenced to 100 months in prison for stealing moon rocks from NASA. He will share intimate stories from his time behind bars and offer insights that may prove to be universal tools for overcoming adversity and disaster in our lives.

This class will be an interactive discussion priming questions into ethics, justice theory, and dealing with larger questions of humanity.


Location:     67 West St. # 527, Brooklyn NY 11249

Date:     December 3rd, 2016 (Saturday)

Time:     2:00 - 5:00 pm


Kendra will be serving some delicious refreshments.

Donations (to help us cover the costs of making this happen) are appreciated.

Date: December 3, 2016

Available Spaces: 3

If you have questions, contact one of our coordinators:

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Steve Desofi


Kendra Menendez


We’d like to thank Matt Emmi for providing the space.