Christine Kinnie is a mother of four children, daydreamer, writer, and lover of animals from a safe distance
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Changing Perspectives on Distracted Driving
BY EMELINE RENZ
@ VOL 24
ON DEC 14, 2014
"If I am half the Horton my dad was, then I'm definitely a badass."
In Changing Perspectives on Distracted Driving from Atlanta Vol. 24, resident badass, Emmeline Renz shares a passionate and harrowing tale of her dad's life story and her worst moment when he was hit by a car by somebody driving distracted. She advocates for changing gears and social change in regards to distracted driving and it's death toll. Renz proves here how hard-hitting the conciseness of the PechaKucha platform can be in truly moving us and affecting our hearts and minds. The PechaKucha Community is behind you Emmeline!
This was "Presentation of the Day" on Thursday, Aug 5, 2015.
My New Everyday Life
BY NORA AMES
@ PECHAKUCHA NIGHT AT THE CHICAGO ARCHITECTURE BIENNIAL
ON OCT 30, 2015
“Obviously, living in a wheelchair is a challenge but is a normal life for many. Wheelchair living requires constant mapping out of acceptable routes and services –like bathrooms– and destinations –like restaurants.”
Nora used to enjoy runs by Lake Michigan, running by herself or with coworkers and friends. 13 months ago she had a medical condition taking her out of the workplace and changing her perspective forever. In this presentation the effect of design on accessibility is discussed.
This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Monday, February 15th, 2016.
Get out of my head. My brain is not 2 halves but one thing.
BY TIM MEHLHORN
@ VOL 7
ON JAN 26, 2017
Tim Mehlhorn provides a unique perspective on the whole "left brain" vs "right brain" argument.
What my son taught me about peacekeeping
BY THIJS CREMERS
@ VOL 33
ON MAY 22, 2017
How do we experience the world around us? We see things the way we’re taught and we judge things in a way our environment has taught us. We live our life the way we are used to, but should we? What can change our perspective?
Thijs Cremers reflects on his time on a UN mission through the eyes of his children and explains how his son triggered his awareness about how to change our perspective.