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How to make your social movement more inclusive of neurodiversity.

Some friends and I have been talking lately about the ways that people with learning disabilities, developmental disabilities and mental health issues have become excluded from the social justice organizations that we have been a part of. 1,225 more words

Accessibility

Update from Schematic Design Phase

On March 29, members and friends gathered after 11 a.m. worship to eat pizza–and to see the results of the Schematic Design Phase now nearing completion. 698 more words

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Opening the Doors to Education: Ensuring Accessibility in Open Textbooks

Accessibility is a concern across all of technology-enhanced education.  At BCcampus, they wanted to help content creators incorporate accessible practices into their open materials. Amanda Coolidge, Open Education manager at BCcampus, shares with us how they crafted the BC Open Textbook Accessibility Toolkit and how you can take advantage of this great resource. 501 more words

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Fringe leadership – what are the alternatives?

When it comes to leading change and creating social movements, particularly when it involves people on the margins of society, it’s easy to fall into the trap of assuming success means “widening” the mainstream to accept a new group of previously excluded citizens. 40 more words

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For the Common Good: An Analysis of HBO’s Manipulation of the Commons

When introduced to America in the late 1940s, the television was predicted to be a brief fad that wouldn’t last more than a few years. Now in 2015, the world of television has become a staple of pop culture and modern day media distribution. 2,533 more words

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