March 22, 7:00 pm in the Atrium
About Canada: Disability Rights
Through examing education, telecommunications, transportation, employment and health care, Stienstra explores the landscape of disability rights in Canada and finds that Canadians with disabilities still experience barriers in obtaining their human rights.
Stienstra contends that achieving disability rights is possible through universal design, disability supports, social and economic supports and belonging - in short, through foundational social transformation of Canadian society.
Deborah Stienstra is Professor in Disability Studies at the University of Manitoba. She has worked with national organizations. She is co-editor of Making Equality: History of Advocacy and Persons with Disabilities in Canada and the lead author of Women with Disabilities: Accessing Trade.
Dr. Michael Likey
March 22, 7:30 pm in the Travel Alcove
The Science of the Soul: A Guide for Spiritual Growth
The potential of the human soul is limitless, and Dr. Likey provides all of the psychological, metaphysical, and practical tools at his disposal to enable anyone to access this inner power or potential, sometimes referred to as one’s higher self.
The ideas that Dr. Likey discusses have been tested over the years by many of the world’s greatest seers, teachers, authors, and coaches. Using methods presented, you can gain greater quality of life, deeper love and inner peace, focused on your true life purposes.
Dr. Michael Likey is a teacher, transformational speaker, and motivational life coach. He produces his own weekly internet radio show, The Science of the Soul, hosted the television show Magic Mike’s Castle, and also appeared on TV’s S’kiddlebits with Joey.
He resides on the west coast of Canada with his wife, Susan, and their cat, Bella.
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