Who’s drawing the lines – contents
This remarkable autobiographical exploration by Judith Snow explores the powerful learning that began very early. Read, enjoy, expand your horizons.
Judith Snow is truly one of Canada’s pioneers. She has taught people all across North America how to create communities with a welcome at the edge. This book is the story of how her personal life led so many to a great new vision. Anyone who aspires to be a pathfinder will find the book an unerring compass.
— John McKnight
Judith Snow stubbornly moves forward assuming the vision of inclusion. We see her learning to negotiate the minefields of human services, the compromised options, and the joys of triumph.
The originals of some of the paintings included in this book are among those which will be displayed in the exhibition: Who’s Drawing the Lines?, at the Royal Ontario Museum, in Toronto through the late summer and winter of 2011. Judith passed on May 31, 2015 having survived 35 years more than the medical system could imagine. She thrived and packed in more living that most of us could either endure or imagine.
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