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Sunday Assembly: Rolling Towards Change

18th February 2018 · 11:00am - 12:15pm

In person | Virtual event

 Sunday Assembly: Rolling Towards Change

Come and join us for an incredible talk by Amy Oulton.

Amy is a force for good with a sack full of stories which we can’t wait to listen to!

She has Ehlers-Danlos syndrome, a rare genetic condition that causes weak tissues, joint dislocations, chronic pain and fatigue. Due to this syndrome she has been a wheelchair user for the past ten years. In spite of this, Amy lives an exciting and hugely positive life, travelling the world and recording her journeys with Buzzfeed, working as a graphic designer for a charity and campaigning to change the way society understands disability. Most recently, Amy’s spoken at Tedx Brighton 2017 about societal perceptions of disability.

Amy is coming to speak to us about her life as a disabled person today, including her travels round the world in a wheelchair. Her talk will also be about why disabled people need allies and how you can help push forward social change.

We also have the awesome poet, ‘Your Friend The Poet’ and a member of our community who is telling us about how they’re trying their best! If that’s not enough, we have power ballads dancing out of our fingers and toes and a vat of tea and coffee for after.

See you there you superstars!

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