Only if the moving waters calm down,
The sun and moon will be reflected on the surface of your being.
Blue Ice in the eyes
Red Fire in the heart
The Silence of the Soul
Another brother from New York origins must shout out to Leo Diaz @visual_vices and Ryan Andrew Harrington out of VA @ryanaharrington5 for the Goodfellas Podcast. Very interesting talks that are comical, thought provoking informative and naturally raw.
Kudos to your creative thought processes and ability to actively use your voices to speak on any topic engagingly. Episode 5 talks about Leo and Ryan’s move to L.A., anecdotes about real life experiences, and the importance of being able to adapt to the punches life throws by changing your perspective. Check out the podcast at
https://youtu.be/ZrNxNgyrwxM I’d definitely look out for what’s next! #actors#podcast#hollywood#listen#watch#goodfellas
How to Respond to Disclosures
When: 6 - 8 pm, March 22
Where: Brown Building, Room 5001 (accessible)
Participants will learn about the prevalence of sexual violence at McGill and in the larger community, and the various impacts that sexual violence can have. You will learn how to respond to and support people affected by sexual violence by using appropriate tools and approaches. Participants will then practice these tools and methods they have learned through group activities and case scenarios. The workshop will also explore key terms and discuss common myths and misconceptions about sexual violence that may affect one's ability to effectively respond to and support disclosures. Participants will also learn about the many different support resources available on campus and in the community. RSVP required https://involvement.mcgill.ca/event/73696
Facilitator: Bianca Tétrault is McGill’s Sexual Violence Education Advisor with the Office for Sexual Violence Response, Support and Education (O-SVRSE), and is responsible for developing and implementing sustainable educational programming, resources and events that promote awareness about consent, sex positivity, and sexual violence while fostering an inclusive, respectful and safe environment on McGill’s campuses. Bianca has been working as a Social Worker in the area of sexual and gendered-violence for over 10 years doing crisis and short-term counselling, education and prevention work. She enjoys long distance running and sunny days.