Wassmuth Center for Human Rights
The book, The Silhouette Man (& its condensed edition for students, The First Thirty) tell the story of an educator's efforts to change the world outside his window. The books are based on Greg Forbes Siegman's story.
This fall, Greg will be the guest speaker at the Wassmuth Center for Human Rights' Change Your World Celebration
Dan Prinzing, Executive Director, Wassmuth Center for Human Rights: "Instead of convincing people something had value – that it was real – could he convince them to believe in something that even he confirmed was not?” A poignant line drawn from The Silhouette Man, Greg Forbes Siegman reminds the reader of the importance that passion and commitment can play in bringing a community together – that believing in something greater than self has the power to unite in a shared vision. Carried in his journey, I celebrated the successes, cherished his grandmother’s wisdom, and became a member of the community – whether it was real or not."
Online, copies of either book may me ordered through this link www.GregForbes.com/store After you place your order, you'll get an email asking about your order. Reply & confirm your order is in support of Wassmuth Center - and 10% of that online order will be donated toward Wassmuth Center for Human Rights.
Locally, signed copies of both books are available at Barnes & Noble in Boise.