We are at a point in society where we can pause, reflect, and create a new NEXT together in how we want to grow and heal our neighborhoods and our community.
We can re-imagine, re-frame, and re-design our reality of what our neighborhood could be. Imagine if we corrected our mistakes of the past and redesigned our neighborhoods based on three universal human rights:
– The right to be who we are. If you’re an apple, it’s ok that you aren’t an orange.
– The right to belong. To be heard and understood.
– The right to become who you want.
Join us August 2nd at 6pm for an in-person Community “campfire” discussion. A free event at the Zeitgeist Teatro Performing Arts Theater: 222 East Superior Street, Duluth.
About the discussion leaders:
Kami Norland, MA, ATR, is the Compassionate Experiences Organizer (CEO) of Integrative ReSources, LLC, and co-founder of the global Elevate Compassion Coalition. She has stood on many international stages, delivering dynamic keynote presentations, and facilitating workshops that are uplifting, insightful, and affirming. With over 20 years of experience working in health care at local, state, national and international levels from direct care to administrator to trusted advisor, Kami is recognized as a thought-leader who is passionate about helping individuals, organizations, and communities recognize their own resilience and co-create a culture of mental wellbeing. Audiences love how she weaves the latest scientific research into relatable stories and practical tips that help re-frame, re-discover, and re-design quality of life and workplace experiences.
Nelle is a Graphic Recorder, who translates group meetings into visual images. Her notes assist the group to find key themes and stories within a dialogue. The visual harvest is a summary that reflects back to the group what has been said and inspires new ways of thinking about complex subjects. Images can be used after the event is over in reports, emails, presentations and on web platforms to enhance visual communication and engagement. Her goals are to deepen the role of active listening, activate the visual brain and make lasting connections between individual voices and the collective story. She can be reached via her website: reframeideas.com