Our friend, Judith Snow, died on 31 May 2015 in the midst of life at her home in Toronto. In her 65 years of life – her passion inspired widening circles of people to build community by mobilizing hidden gifts. We have collected her shorter writings on these topics here. May her thinking continue to inspire community builders!
Inclusion and Education are big topics — and we have been in these trenches for over 40 years. Our ‘family of friends’ have been prolific, thoughtful, creative and relentless in efforts to share constructive options, thoughtful practices, helpful hints. Below are a ‘selection’ of articles that have been gleaned over the years.
We want to begin a dialogue on the expectations about personal behavior that go along with a commitment to Inclusion. Unattainable expectations confuse good people and fragment efforts for change into factions organized around hurt feelings. We who care about Inclusion can reduce this drain on the energy necessary to work for justice by being clear about three delusions which are common, but mostly unconscious among advocates for Inclusion.