[community] ART OF BELONGING Registration

Mitchell, Jess jmitchell at ocadu.ca
Mon Mar 27 13:55:26 UTC 2017


Spirit,

I forwarded it for you. If you send an email to Inclusive Design Community <community at lists.idrc.ocadu.ca> you should be able to post your message to the list. Just send the email as though community at lists is a person.

Let me know if you run into any problems.

Best,
Jess

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Jess Mitchell
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Senior Manager, R&D + Design
OCAD University, Toronto
Inclusive Design Research Centre
jmitchell at ocadu.ca
skype: jesshmitchell
http://idrc.ocad.ca/
http://inclusivedesign.ca/
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> On Mar 25, 2017, at 3:45 PM, Spirit Synott <spiritsinit at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> Hey Jutta and Jess, sorry still not sure who to send these things to. 
>  This is another event worth mentioning and posting to the community list. David Roche is visiting for this event and it can also be watched on line. Not sure how accessible it will be but I am hoping if not screen reader friendly that someone will make sure that is taken into consideration for future. It is a different event from the Story Telling festival. I am not sure 
>  Spirit
> 
>> Begin forwarded message:
>> 
>> From: David Roche <daveroche at aol.com>
>> Subject: Fwd: ART OF BELONGING Registration
>> Date: March 4, 2017 at 10:43:55 PM EST
>> 
>> Hi friends:
>> 
>> I will be speaking at the ART OF BELONGING in Toronto on March 30 (along with people like Ted Kuntz!).
>> 
>> It will be webcast (as well as live) and you can watch it on your own or set up a group event for your organization. No cost!
>> 
>> This is a breakthrough effort by Jeff Dobbin and PARTNERS FOR PLANNING.
>> 
>> There is no better time than right now to connect with people of like minds, hearts and values internationally!!! The time has come and this is a step in that direction!
>> 
>> Warmest,
>> 
>> David Roche
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 	
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>> 
>> Please join us in Toronto for a TED Talk-inspired evening of celebration 
>> featuring six passionate presenters from diverse backgrounds sharing 
>> their perspectives on the power of belonging and community
>> 
>> 
>> WHERE: ARTSCAPE, Ada Slaight Hall, 585 Dundas Street East
>> 
>> TIME: 7:00 pm to 8:30 pm, followed by on-site reception with live music, 
>> complimentary snacks, non-alcoholic beverages & cash bar
>> 
>> COST:  Free / donations welcome
>> 
>> PRESENTERS: See below
>> 
>> 
>> Attend the 
>> live event in 
>> Toronto!
>> 
>> Watch the 
>> live webcast 
>> from home!
>> 
>> Host a local event
>> through your 
>> organization!
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> DAVID ROCHE 
>> How I Learned to Belong
>> 
>> The story of his heroic journey from shame to strength has inspired standing ovations from the White House to New Zealand, from Moscow to London, in Sydney, across Canada and the USA. davidroche.com
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> JESSICA BOLDUC 
>> Feeling at Home, in our Own Home: Reconciling Indigenous Belonging
>>                                               
>> Jessica's currently works with the 4Rs Youth Movement, a collaboration of fourteen national organizations creating opportunities for Indigenous and non-Indigenous young people to dialogue, learn and relationship-build. 4rsyouth.ca
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> TED KUNTZ 
>> How Disability Saved the World 
>> 
>> Much of the wisdom Ted shares in his psychotherapy practice and workshops has evolved from his personal journey as the father of a child with severe disabilities. peacebeginswithme.ca
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> BETH MOUNT 
>> Harlem's Urban Innovators 
>> 
>> Beth's work of four decades is devoted to the possibility that all people, particularly those with disabilities, are seen in the light of their capacities and potential. urbaninnovationsharlem.org
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> DE AMON HARGES 
>> We are Not Here to Build Community, We are Here to Remember it
>> 
>> De Amon is a philanthropist who supplies resources to groups of residents to help them achieve their vision for a stronger community. He is founder of the Learning Tree, an association of neighbours in Indianapolis working to build community. thelearningtrees.com
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> JANET KLEES 
>> Being the Community You Wish to See 
>> 
>> Janet has worked in various aspects of community for over 30 years. She approaches every part of her work and life through her belief that community is better when all are included. Learn more about Janet
>> 
>> Partners for Planning |   P4P.ca | planningnetwork.ca | 416.232.9444    
>> 
>> 
>> 
> 
> Spirit Synott
> spiritsinit at gmail.com
> spiritsinit.com
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