Wishing all our friends, families, and colleagues the best in 2016-2017!
During the holiday season and always wishing for peace on earth, inclusion and acceptance of our differences, and futures that are even more than we can envision or hope for in 2016 and beyond. In the US, the federal leadership administration will be transitioning from President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama to…Continue
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We express our deepest sorrow over the early loss of Judith Snow, a pioneer in community living not only in Canada, but in Europe, through TASH International, and the USA. Thank you Judith for sharing your gifts and your life with us!
Julie Ann Racino
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To Inclusion Members:
As many of you know, I visited the former Czechoslovakia with my colleague David Towell, then of the King's Fund College and National Development Team of the United Kingdom. A report on reflections on that visit is currently on http://squareup.com/market/community-and-policy-studies
In addition, the situation in the Ukraine is critical, and in even my local…Continue
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American Society for Public Administration (ASPA) will host its 2016 Annual Conference in Seattle, Washington from March 17-22, 2016 at the Westin Hotel and Conference Center.
The Fred Riggs International Symposium will be hosted on Friday, March 18 followed by a Welcome Reception with new President-Elect Susan Gooden of Virginia Commonwealth University.
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CRC Press was delighted to release from its offices in New York, New York, London, Great Britain, and Boca Raton, Florida, the first print run of Public Administration and Disability: Community Services Administration in the US (Racino, 2014) at http://www.crcpress.com/product/isbn/9781466579811.
Delayed a year in release, the newly copyrighted works, reflect the current…Continue
Added by Julie Ann Racino on January 6, 2015 at 11:05am — No Comments
My heartfelt condolences to the friends, family and colleagues of Steve Taylor who dedicated his life to making a difference in the world and doing the right thing. The Center on Human Policy announced a Memorial Service for Steven J.Taylor to be held 4 pm on January 16, 2015 at Hendrick's Chapel at Syracuse University. Rsvp to the firstname.lastname@example.org with Cyndy Colavita and Rachael Zubal in the front office. Donations can be made to the Legacy Fund for Disability Studies and Human…Continue
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The Hidden Persuaders lays bare the use of consumer motivational research and other psychological techniques,…Continue
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Between ’90 and the summer of ’92 I trained to be a Roman Catholic…Continue
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On this first day of school I am reminded of a great story by Jack Yates that was originally published in the Whole Community Catalogue. I found it online in an SRV journal article. Here is the link.
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“Sustainable Culture Shift and Organization Change begin with personal growth and transformation” by Alan Sloan. This is the name of the 11 hour module that I attended at the 2012 Toronto Summer Institute on Inclusion with prominent world thinkers and…Continue
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Reflections on Common Threads
APPROACHES & CONTEXTS FOR PLANNING EVERYDAY LIVES
A conference sponsored by The Ontario Independent Facilitation Network in partnership with
The Individualized Funding Coalition for Ontario
To Download the Reflections: …Continue
Added by Jack Pearpoint on May 29, 2014 at 11:30am — No Comments
“God comes to us in the midst of human need, and the most pressing needs of our time demand community in response. How can I participate in a fairer distribution of resources unless I live in a community, which makes it possible to consume less? How can I learn accountability unless I live in a community where my acts and their consequences are visible to all? How can I learn to share power unless I live in a community where hierarchy is unnatural? How can I take the risks which right action…Continue
In my work with people with disabilities over the past 34 years, it took me about 30 years to realize the extent to which the dominant society has silenced the voices of the dominated, i.e. the oppressed.Continue
Added by Ron Irvine on March 20, 2014 at 8:30pm — No Comments
Presuming competence …
… an ally of equality.
… a tool of peace.
When you believe in a person, you awaken the power of the human spirit. Your belief, when clearly expressed, synchronizes with the desires and dreams of the person, and results…Continue
Added by Ron Irvine on March 20, 2014 at 8:27pm — No Comments
I wrote a book about my experiences with the daughters. It includes all my articles and more information.
CRC Press featured Julie Ann Racino and Public administration and
disability: Community services administration in the US (Racino, in…Continue
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I typically do not like to write about things I am against.
But when an organization like Autism Speaks continually misses opportunities to do the right thing and listen to the people…Continue
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This article is the first of three published in September on Community and Disability in the e-newsletter of the American Society for Public Administration. Discussion questions are found on my blogspot for Community and Policy Studies and full reference lists on my…Continue
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