Please share something about yourself, your work, and what draws you to the Inclusion Network online community.
Quaker, committed to peace, ecojustice. Currently working with Congolese refugees and First Nations issues. Inclusion, listening, quality are super-important. At 80 I still need to learn.
What part of the world do you live in? Would you share a bit about your neighbourhood?
I live in one room in downtown Montreal. Simple, cluttered but efficient. My sweetie found it; she lives nearby. No car. The mountain is 5 min walk uphill, St Catherine and Concordia 5 min downhill. Wish I had more time for friends.
What would you like to contribute to this community? What would you like to receive?
At my age I'm trying to support others' initiatives as much or more than my own. A lot of networking. Interfaith projects, plus Congolese and First Nations as stated above.
How did you hear about this community?
Hannah Renglich, whom I respect told me about Jack Pearpoint and Lynda Khan's PATH & MAPS and I looked up the site.
What are some of the questions you'd like to explore, or conversations you'd like to have with others in this community?