We Are Who We Believe We Are

We all believe stories about ourselves—stories others tell us and stories we tell ourselves. Some stories are that we are clever, beautiful, resilient, strong. Others are that we are incompetent, unattractive, jealous, weak. We rarely ask if these stories are true. Key to being our true selves is to know which stories are true and which we can let go

Scrapping ‘Normal’

Kari Fordice, a 30-year-old woman who has Down Syndrome, and her mother, Deb, will use speaking, visuals, and music to explore the role of normalcy in the shaping of individual and communal identities so we may more deeply see “the inherent worth and dignity of every person.”