During the pandemic, our daily routines have largely shifted from the physical world to virtual platforms, from school and work to social gatherings and religious ceremonies. This virtual program will engage disability advocates in a roundtable conversation about the ramifications of this shift and their observations and insights on this moment’s impact on the future of accessibility and universal design. Moderated by Cindy VandenBosch, panelists will include Hearing Loss Association of America-NYC board member Ruth Bernstein, autism advocate, consultant, and author Michael John Carley, Nefertiti Matos Olivares from the Andrew Heiskell Braille and Talking Book Library of the New York Public Library, and Meredith Wong, Manager of connect2culture at CaringKind, a community resource for Alzheimer’s and dementia care in NYC.>> Continue reading
Interested in learning more about your family history, or the history of your neighborhood, block, or building? Join us for this introduction to genealogy, where we will share resources and tips, and we will be answering questions if you need help with your own research. This program will be especially useful to people with family connections to New York City, but even if you don’t have any, we will share lots of free and paid resources that will help you uncover your family story wherever you live.
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