Monthly Archives: April 2017
Click on image above to read about Jesse Krimes’ project at the Health and Human Rights Initiative of the Georgetown Law School’s O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law. Jesse speaks about his incarceration and vision for art in … Continue reading
“Being and human beings…are invested with a degree of value that we can’t honor appropriately. An overabundance that is magical….Brilliant creatures, who at a very high rate, predictably, are incomprehensible to each other….Abuse or neglect of a human being is … Continue reading
Source: World Health Organization/UN Habitat, Hidden Cities: Unmasking and overcoming health inequities in urban settings (2010), p. 40.
Source: Not quite certain, but I found it posted without credit or any noted restrictions at Paul @bingowings.
“How might it make a difference if you think a disability isn’t something bad in itself but it’s something different, a different way for a body to be?” Learn more, as Hilary Yancey, a doctoral student, reflects on her philosophy … Continue reading
Seen on a Sunday School art board: