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The Secret Time Society

The Secret Time Society

Hello and welcome back to The Secret Time Society, so today I’m just going to talk about very briefly the essence of The Secret Time Society and why I started it. Over my lifetime, or certainly there parts of my life where I have been present, I constantly hear people say, now there could be

100 Day Community Challenge Guernsey November 2019

100 Day Community Challenge Guernsey November 2019

We’ve been really pleased with our projects progress of the last Hundred days and our sensory rooms are now almost ready to go. The children have just experienced the opening of the soft playroom. The money from the Co-op 100 days project has gone specifically into refurbishment of the soft play area which will help

Hidden Meaning in WALL·E – Earthling Cinema

Hidden Meaning in WALL·E – Earthling Cinema

Greetings, and welcome to Earthling Cinema. I am your host, Garyx Wormuloid. This week’s artifact is Wall-E, a Pixar masterpiece starring a bunch of computerized blips and whistles, and also a non-animated Fred Willard just to mess with your head. Our story begins on Earth, which the Earthlings have abandoned in protest of the electoral

Coastal Now – Benzell Vereen & Blue

Coastal Now – Benzell Vereen & Blue

When Benzell Vereen graduates, his service dog, Blue, will be by his side and dressed in commencement attire. I think it’s pretty cool that he’s gonna get all dressed up and fancy and get to walk across the stage. After spending almost two decades in the Army Benzell returned to civilian life. The transition was

Are The Venues You Use Accessible For The LGBT Community?

Are The Venues You Use Accessible For The LGBT Community?

Hi, I’m Gina, LGBT Inclusion consultant and trainer. Back with your daily dose of LGBT inclusion best practice. Super quick one today. Consider your choice of venue for events you are hosting. Is it a ‘safe space’ for the LGBT community? Do LGBT individuals walk in and feel at ease? Or do they feel uneasy

Human Rights in Practice: the Washington D.C. Human Rights Seminar

Human Rights in Practice: the Washington D.C. Human Rights Seminar

>>So the D.C. Seminar started when the campus started, which was in 1990. One of the founding faculty members, Bob Schultz, brought it from his previous institution. So it’s run almost every year since then.>>So I participated in the D.C. Seminar the summer of 2017 – in that cohort.>>I learned about the DC seminar in