Events Sponsored by INEAS
Since 1994, INEAS has been Promoting an
Tai Chi, Indian Martial Arts
Join us on 10,10,10 for three classes in martial arts and dancing. Here is a chance to learn some amazing fitness techniques from the experts and spend an afternoon getting fit while socializing and having fun. We hope to see you there. Event Flyer
$5 donation. Pre-registration in strongly recommended.
Internationally acclaimed performer and teacher, Aparna Sindhoor will give a one-hour class of Bollywood dancing as seen in Hindi films.
We will conclude with a one-hour of Kalari Ppayattu, one of the oldest forms of martial arts in the world given by martial artist and choreographer, Anil Natyaveda.
The schedule and distance between locations will allow learners to
INEAS' 15th Anniversary at
Beatrice Greene writes poetry, essays and composes music. Rhythmic cadences often punctuate her works.
Betsy Lister is a poet and writer who write about surviving life’s experiences, her thoughts, desires, passions and dreams. She has published a chapbook, “Gypsypashn A Sampling of Soul”.
is a writer, poet and filmmaker. In 2004, she published,
“Untamed Nostalgia – Wild Poems”
Order 81 was signed on April 26, 2004 by Paul Bremer, the administrator of the Coalition Provisional Authority (CPA) in Iraq to control Iraq's agriculture. The Order was a declaration of war against farmers. Article 14 of this law states "Farmers shall be prohibited from re-using seeds of protected varieties," Order 81 mends Iraq's original law No. 65 on patents, created in 1970. The most significant part of Order 81 is the subject of 'Plant Variety Protection' (PVP), which ensures not the protection of biodiversity, but rather the protection of the commercial interests of USA and European major seed corporations. In order to qualify for PVP, seeds have to be 'new, distinct, uniform and stable'. Therefore, the sort of seeds being encouraged to grow by corporations such as World Wide Wheat Company (WWWC), Monsanto and others will be those registered under PVP.