When the Earth Stood Still

When the Earth Stood Still

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When the Earth Stood Still: From the Himalayas to Mount Accessibility & Decolonial Pandemic Life

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"When the Earth Stood Still: From the Himalayas to Mount Accessibility & Decolonial Pandemic Life"

Speakers:

Host: Aasiya Hussain, https://bit.ly/AasiyaHussainBio

Speakers: Various

'WTESS' is the insightful intersectional journey of Indigenous Racialized Women with Disabilities & one of the world's rarest cases protecting people & planet. To leave no one behind with nothing about us without us of the most at risk.

Exploring how the most marginalized face disproportionate disparities, yet lead intersectional justice: Indigenous Justice; Racial Justice; Disability Justice; Gender & Women's Justice; Social Justice; Environmental Justice; Climate Justice; Health Justice; Food Sovereignty; Decolonizing; Revillagizing; & a Just Recovery. Featuring Aasiya, Guest Speakers, mini films, interactive engaging discussion, & ways we can strive with tangible action for a positive legacy.

Monthly virtual campfire chats & on-demand episodes.

Themes:

December: Disability Justice; International Day of Persons with Disabilities; Human Rights Day; International Mountain Day; Decolonizing environmental & medical racism, ableism, misogynoir

January: Building Forward Better; Just Recovery; Decolonizing environmental & medical racism, ableism, misogynoir

February: Black History Month; Black Lives Matter; Language Back; Rare Diseases; Decolonizing environmental & medical racism, ableism, misogynoir

March: Women's History Month; International Women's Day; Water Protectors; World Water Day; International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination; Decolonizing environmental & medical racism, ableism, misogynoir

April: Earth Month; Earth Day; Mother Earth; World Health Day; Decolonizing environmental & medical racism, ableism, misogyny

May: Mother's Day; Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome & Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Months; Global Accessibility Day; Decolonizing environmental & medical racism, ableism, misogynoir

June: Indigenous History Month; Indigenous Peoples Day; Afzaal-Salman Family; World Oceans Day; World Environment Day; Decolonizing environmental & medical racism, ableism, misogyny

July: Disability Pride Month; Nature Conservation Day; Disability Justice > Plastic-Free July; Decolonizing environmental & medical racism, ableism, misogynoir. Note: July 31st, 2022 session postponed due to illness, bereavement, & community healing; new date TBC.

August: Indigenous Peoples Day; Decolonizing Environmental Racism, Environmental Ableism, Medical Racism, Medical Ableism, Misogyny

September: Orange Shirt Day; Every Child Matters; Decolonize NDTR; Indigenous Justice & Survivors; Indigenous Water Protectors, Manoomin Protectors; World Water Week, World Rivers Day; World Cleanup Day, Pollution Prevention Week, Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup; National Forest Week & Tree Day; Climate Action Day; Decolonizing environmental & medical racism, ableism, misogynoir

October: Mast Cell Diseases Day; Climate Action Day; Disaster Reduction Day; World Development Day, World Food Day; End Poverty Day; MMIWG2S; Islamic History Month; Breast Cancer Awareness Month; World Habitat Month/Day; Decolonizing environmental & medical racism, ableism, misogynoir

November: EndVAWG2S; Decolonizing environmental & medical racism, ableism, misogynoir; Science & Peace Day

Virtual Program:

Episodes, 45-60min: On-Demand ($20 CAD General Admission)

Campfire Chat, 30min: Live ($30 CAD Backstage Pass)

Tickets & Scholarships: Backstage Passes are limited to participants the speaker knows directly for an engaging meaningful discussion in a secure anti-oppression safe space. PWYC, Scholarships, & free admission of Indigenous Peoples, Persons with Disabilities, Seniors, & anyone in financial hardship. Please contact info[at]ecohesian.ca or ecohesian[at]gmail.com for Backstage Pass & Scholarship eligibility.

Proceeds support life-saving life-dependent treatment & accessibility of Rare Disease Persons with Disabilities lacking coverage.

Accessibility: As with all our events, this event strives for barrier-free inclusive accessibility. Including ASL Interpretation, Image Descriptions, Descriptive Audio, & Captions. If you have any other accessibility needs, please advise & we'll strive to accommodate.

WTESS Medical Fund & Compassionate Scholarships:

Please consider supporting the uninsured life-saving life-dependent medical treatment of Persons with Disabilities and/or Compassionate Scholarships. For the WTESS Medical Fund, please email. For scholarships, please visit https://bit.ly/CompassionateScholarships.

📷 © Aasiya Hussain. From the sky above Turtle Island's mountains upon return from the Himalayas.

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[Screen readable image description: Colour photo taken from the sky at the edge of Earth, meeting space. Deep royal blue atmosphere sky meets Earth's white outer clouds on a curved horizon. Below this are snow-capped mountain rugged terrain. White text, reads: "When the Earth Stood Still. With Aasiya Hussain". The word "with" is in smaller cursive font. Small translucent vertical text along the right edge of the photo reads,"© Aasiya Hussain".]