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Soup & Hope with Eric Acree

Thursday, March 11, 2021 at 12:15pm to 12:45pm

Virtual Event

Soup Hope with Eric Acree

The 14th annual winter series of stories to nourish a spirit of hope!

Eric Kofi Acree, who is currently the Director of the John Henrik Clarke Africana Library at Cornell University, will talk about how he chooses to be hopeful in the face of lifes difficulties.


Soup Hope is an annual winter series thatfor over a dozen yearshas served up heart-warming stories of hope during the coldest months at Cornell. Each story is unique,reflecting different cultural, spiritual, and philosophical perspectives and lived experiences.These stories of hope have come from Cornell staff, faculty, students, alumni as well as members of the local community.

Mark your calendar now for the 2021 season.
This years dates and speaker bios are now available online. You are warmly invited to heat up your favorite soup and join us for six more talksthis year on Zoom!


Series Lineup

February 4: Hei Hei Depew

February 11: George P. Ferrari, Jr.

February 25: Martin Stallone, MD

March 11: Eric Acree

March 25: Amaris Henderson 21

April 8: Sarah Brylinsky


Soup Hope is sponsored bythe Office of Spirituality and Meaning-Making andCornell United Religious Work, Cornell Dining, and Cornell Health. Additional support comes from Academic Technologies, the Office of Alumni Affairs, Cornell Commitment, Cornell Engineering, Kessler Fellows Program, Engaged Learning + Research, the Office of the Ombudsman, School of Hotel Administration, and University Relations.

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