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This was not just an average poetry reading where the audience only listens. We engaged many of the skills learned from inclusive leaders. We facilitated networking by wearing our names and introducing people to one another. We not only listened to poets reading poetry, we learned about the international Earth Charter, and played word games for all ages. Later we even created group poems and shared them with gales of laughter. We raised over $550 for the Inclusive Leadership Adventure 2019.
What if we could shift away from viewing differences as problems? What if we could appreciate the magnificent diversity within all living beings as gifts that enrich our families, schools, communities and the world? What if we could live, learn and lead more inclusively in our diverse communities? These questions guided our Inclusive Leadership Adventure on Vancouver Island, BC, Canada April 12 to 14, 2019. You are invited to click on the link to read the full photo-story. Pictures say thousands of words. ~ Linda Hill, ILC co-founder.
I worked with Pandora Arts Collective from 2007 - 2015. This video was created by Morgan Rhys Tams, and was funded by an Artist in Residence grant from the City of Victoria. This was a fantastic, multi-fascetd project with Morgan. As an artist and educator, he led this project inclusively, sensitively, and with full heart!
See also this film, created with the same grant.
Thinkin' aHead was a 2004 art calendar that celebrated local artists in thier growing awareness of Acquired Brain Injury (ABI). It included information on brain injury, its impact on the injured and their families, and avalailable resources in our community. As the Community Services Director for the Golden Key International Honour Society - University of Victoria Chapter, I designed and coordinated this project.