A. Laura Brody
Hello, lovely people! Miry Whitehill's talk is rescheduled to April 29. We're going to make sure she gets a great audience!
Genius Teatime is such a beautiful community. In our first three talks, we've benefited three wonderful groups: The Wishtoyo Foundation that protects and preserves the culture, history, and life ways of Chumash and indigenous peoples, and the environment everyone depends on; The Center For Body Literacy, Pamela Samuelson's new organization that supports body literacy and autonomy; and Gro Gifted, promoting a comprehensive and accurate
understanding of giftedness through research and outreach.
You've helped the Opulent Mobility accessibility fund grow- after another two months of talks, I can start to add ASL to the Opulent Mobility website so it becomes more friendly to Deaf and hard of hearing folks.
We've learned so much from our wonderful speakers! Many thanks to Julie Cordero-Lamb, Kate Conklin, Rebecca Niederlander, and everyone else who has signed up to share their time and expertise. And of course, thanks to Pamela Clare Wylie Samuelson for being a fabulous accomplice- I mean, co-host.
And thanks so much to all of you joining us! In a time where the news of the world can be so hard and liberties are under attack at every turn, this community is bringing hope and light. You are awesome and don't you forget it.
One benefit of having a little lull in programming? I got to put up the videos of our last two talks! Please enjoy our first three Genius Teatimes. Click the picture for the link.
A. Laura Brody
I re*make mobility devices and materials and give them new lives. Sometimes I staple drape.