Duprevent Harm: Ancient Wisdom with Modern Technology
Rainmaker Network interviews lifelong activist, Deborah Dupre featured in pivotal role of movie
About Deborah Dupré
Deborah Dupré holds American and Australian university science and education degrees including B.Sci, MA.Sci, DCEd. plus QMHP certification. For over thirty years, she has been a leader in human rights, environmental, and peace-social justice activism and is an active member in several professional organizations including Psychologists for Social Responsibility.
As research consultant for World Health Organization and other NGOs, Dupré has led Pacific Island and Australian Aboriginal research teams. She humbly holds the pivotal role in Sundance award-winning movie, FUEL that she bases her inner-city youth project with America’s Green Team, Texas FUEL that she co-founded, named after the movie an promoting it an its message including at its half-time shows.
Dupre's network, EcoPeace International, markets 2nd-Generation biofuel seeds/trees. She can be booked for appearances and to deliver her Ancient Wisdom, Modern Technology presentations with a screening of award-winning Australian movie featuring Bob Randal, Kanyini by emailing info@DeborahDupre.com
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