David James Savarese is an artful activist, poet, teacher and optimist. He uses artful activism to disrupt misassumptions about alternatively communicating people and to create connections where others see only divides.
Those who know David as a public figure are more likely to know him as the founder of Listen2Us, as the co-producer and narrative commentator of the Peabody award winning documentary, Deej: Inclusion Shouldn’t be a Lottery, and as the author of essays, like “Passive Plants,” and chapbooks, like A Doorknob for the Eye.
Hope is not easy. Hope is hard. But what if we imagine living life as a perpetual meditation on Hope? In his webinar, DJ makes visible what helps him create hopeful possibilities in a world that is thankfully always coming-into-being. As always, a dialogue ensues. Recommended for anyone and everyone. Please join us!
Be brave enough to examine the misassumptions you hold that stand in others’ ways.
Give up scarcity thinking. We all deserve our lives to be meditations on hope.
In partnership with Diana Pastora Carson, M.Ed.
Author: Beyond Awareness: Bringing Disability into Diversity Work in K-12 Schools & Communities, and children’s book Ed Roberts: Champion of Disability Rights, ADA 30th Anniversary Edition https://www.dianapastoracarson.com/store
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