Bo Lozoff at St. Luke's 

Bo Lozoff is known around the world as a streetwise sage and activist. His fans include Mister Rogers and the Dalai Lama — he’s even been written up in Outlaw Biker Magazine.

Lozoff is the founder of the Human Kindness Foundation and its internationally acclaimed Prison-Ashram Project. His books include Lineage and Other Stories, Just Another Spiritual Book and the classic We’re All Doing Time, which the Village Voice called “one of the 10 books everyone in the world should read.”

Lozoff will speak at St. Luke’s UMC, Robertson Chapel on Oct. 12 from 7-9 p.m. This program is free of charge and open to the public. St. Luke’s is located at 100 W. 86th St. Call 317-414-5018 or visit for more information.

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