An ebullient activist at heart, Beth Green has been committed to social justice and ending suffering on our planet from an early age. Born in New York City in 1945, she became a social activist at the age of nine, despite the repressive political environment of McCarthyism. In 1961, she wrote a heart-felt letter to the New York Times calling us to consciousness about nuclear proliferation. The letter was published around the world and, combined with her participation in an anti-nuclear protest in front of the White House, led to her expulsion from an Ivy League School, where she was attending on scholarship. She was 16. Despite this painful setback and being disowned by her parents, Beth remained a devoted activist, intently participating in the anti-Vietnam War movement and a variety of other struggles for social and economic justice. At age 33 Beth had a spiritual awakening and a psychic awakening two years later. Since that time, she has been guided through her connection to higher consciousness and a total devotion to spirituality. Insightful and intelligent, charming and fun, she now brings her immense spiritual activist gifts to The Inner Revolution, which is a shift in consciousness from being ego-based to being in alignment with the whole. The work of TheInnerRevolution.Org is based on Beth's book Living With Realtiy: Who We Are, What We Could Be, How We Get There. She is the author of five books and the composer of three music CDs. For more information on Beth and her organization, please visit: http://www.theinnerrevolution.org.

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