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Orientation ESU
Orientation Leader, ESU in East Stroudsburg

PAST VOL 1

Treviso @ Auditorio Pio X
Dec 12, 2007

PAST VOL 6

Charlotte @ Dharma Lounge
Jul 16, 2010

PAST VOL 2

Tournai @ Espace Wallonie picarde
Apr 21, 2017

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People of Two Spirits

BY HOUSTON CYPRESS
@ VOL 24 ON NOV 20, 2013

Houston Cypress, of the Miccosukee Native American tribe, speaks of the "two-spirit" phenomena within Native American culture. He approaches the subject stating that this idea is not so much a sexual orientation but a gender analysis. Houston gives us great examples of transgender aboriginal peoples serving all sorts of roles within their communities, and discusses his personal experiences coming out. 

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Coming Out to My Conservative Family

BY RARA RIZAL
@ VOL 21 ON MAR 12, 2015

"Im very honored to be a speaker at this edition of PechaKucha especially since this is the first time I am talking openly and publicly about my life."

In Coming Out to my Convervative Family from Pechakucha Night Jakarta Vol. 21, Rara Rizal shares being open about her sexual orientation since she's 18 years old. Rara tells her story on how it affects her life and most of all, her relationship with her conservative family.

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Disabling Labelling

BY ANN HAWKINS
@ VOL 3 ON SEP 22, 2015

"By and large, most people thought it was time for change. And I was going to be part of that change."

In "Disabling Labelling" from PechaKucha Night St. Neots Vol. 3, writer, mentor, and idealist Ann Hawkins passionately talks about equal opportunity and the modern world lessons that she insists we must learn that race, gender, physical ability, sexual orientation, and all the various labels that we are so accustomed to assigning each other, have very little to do with the kind of people we actually are or how effective we can be in the world. "It's time to tidy up our language" she adds referring to limitations labels give us, concluding "we owe it to the next generation."

This was "PechaKucha of the Day" on Thursday, October 15th, 2015. 

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No Pictures, Please!

BY JARED THIELE
@ VOL 6 ON OCT 19, 2015

Writer, photographer, and artist, Jared Thiele moved to New York City and abandoned the idea of nursing school in order to pursue a career as a creative in advertising. Listen to learn about his exploration into social media through his photography, illustreations, and current events.

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Кариерно ориентиране

BY РОСИЦА ДИМОВА
@ VOL 2 ON NOV 19, 2016

Кариерното ориентиране е с огромен социален ефект, понеже се оказва, че прекарваме по - голямата част от времето си на работа.

Въпросите, които трябва да си зададем са:

1. Какъв искам да стана аз?

2.Какво искам да работя?

3.Къде искам да се реализирам?

Росица Димова е допринесла за откриване на отговор на "Какво искам?" и "Какво мога?" чрез играта "Аз ли съм това".

 

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Das Kernjahr - Raum und Zeit für deine Potenziale

BY BIRGIT SONNBICHLER
@ VOL 12 ON MAR 02, 2017

Eine achtmonatige Reise vom Nicht-Wissen zum Wissen - das Kernjahr! Es ist eine private Initiative zur Orientierung für Jugendliche in der Berufswelt. Was kann ich? Was möchte ich? Ins Leben gerufen von Birgit Sonnbichler und Monika Wohlmuth (www.tageins.net), mit einem Team von Freiwilligen zu einem Protoypen weiterentwickelt. Der zweite Durchgang startet im Herbst 2017. www.kernjahr.at

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PKN Providence Vol. 7

Another great showing for PechaKucha Night in Providence at last month's Vol. 7, as organizer Stephanie Gerson reports. Looks like our half-year anniversary flew by unnoticed, and Providence already arrives at our 7th PechaKucha Night on Wednesday, September 23rd. (But no worries, we definitely won’t miss the opportunity to celebrate our one year anniversary when it rolls around in March of 2010.) And as an indicator of how we’ve grown, we had four (yes, four) politicians in the crowd: the mayor of Providence David Cicilline, former Rhode Island Senator Lincoln Chafee, member of the RI House of Representatives David Segal (who’s actually come to most PK Nights), and Providence City Councilman Seth Yurdin (who’s also come to most PK nights). As friend and Pecha Kucha regular Andy Cutler so eloquently put it, “if someone threw a grenade at PechaKucha in Providence, Providence would be ---“ Well, let’s just say it wouldn’t be a pretty site for Providence. Without intending to, many of the presentations of the night had a political, activist, or at least civic orientation. Long-time community leader Lorne Adrain talked about the importance of active and ongoing dialogue between citizens and local government, and the organization he recently co-founded with Meredith Pearson in order to cultivate just that: Citizens for a Better Providence. Physician and public health advocate Peter Klatsky discussed the over-allocation of public resources towards increasingly sophisticated medical technologies to help an elite minority versus the alleviation of treatable illnesses for the lower-income majority, with malaria as a case in point. And coordinator of the Center for Prisoner Health and Human Rights Nathaniel Lepp presented about the topic of conspiracy theories, ending with a surprisingly soft and human message regarding the need to include all stakeholders in the recording of histories; a staple of transitional justice. Below, a few more photos from PKN Providence Vol. 7 -- there's more to see in this Flickr photoset. Below, a few presentation images.

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Disabling Labelling

"By and large, most people thought it was time for change. And I was going to be part of that change." In "Disabling Labelling" from PechaKucha Night St. Neots Vol. 3, writer, mentor, and idealist Ann Hawkins passionately talks about equal opportunity and the modern world lessons that she insists we must learn that race, gender, physical ability, sexual orientation, and all the various labels that we are so accustomed to assigning each other, have very little to do with the kind of people we actually are or how effective we can be in the world. "It's time to tidy up our language" she adds referring to limitations labels give us, concluding "we owe it to the next generation."

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Disabling Labelling

"By and large, most people thought it was time for change. And I was going to be part of that change." In "Disabling Labelling" from PechaKucha Night St. Neots Vol. 3, writer, mentor, and idealist Ann Hawkins passionately talks about equal opportunity and the modern world lessons that she insists we must learn that race, gender, physical ability, sexual orientation, and all the various labels that we are so accustomed to assigning each other, have very little to do with the kind of people we actually are or how effective we can be in the world. "It's time to tidy up our language" she adds referring to limitations labels give us, concluding "we owe it to the next generation."