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A Panel on Accessible Design – with Panelists with Disabilities

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AlA Brooklyn and City Tech present “Good Trouble: Creativity + Collaboration” a 2023 Speaker Series featuring architects, academics and change makers considering solutions to some of the most pressing problems in the built environment. The AlA Framework for Design Excellence serves as an anchor and a springboard to explore sustainability, inclusivity and resilience in our borough, our city, and beyond.

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An Evening Focused on Disability Rights Hosted By The Lighthouse Guild

Thanks to the good folks at Lighthouse Guild for putting this recording of my October 17 conversation with noted disability justice advocate Haben Girma on their website. This brilliant woman has so much to say and does so with profound insight, joyful but pointed wit and bold, precise language. It’s so much fun to listen to her that you may not realize how much you are learning.

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Whole Lotte Love

Adding another iconic Manhattan five-star hotel to our roster of terrific clients, Slatin Group held a roundtable discussion and Elements of Service workshops for leaders and staff at the Lotte New York Palace in mid-August.

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Our Latest – We’ve Been Busy!

Lakshmee Lachhman-Persad and Peter Slatin along with Peter's guide dog Inga at the Summit One Vanderbilt with the sun setting over the stunning backdrop of manhattan's skyline.

Lakshmee Lachhman-Persad (left), Peter Slatin (right) and Peter's guide dog Inga at the Summit One Vanderbilt.

Last August in partnership with Lakshmee Lachhman-Persad of Accessible Travel NYC, we introduced the Accessibility Blueprint. This unique program is dedicated to helping Destination Marketing Organizations (DMOs) and also other types of organizations learn how to build a path to accessible travel throughout their location while also building disability inclusion and accessibility from within.

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Accessible NYC Streets Are Possible

This transformation is utopian only if the city’s incoming leaders surrender to inertia.

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