Michael Boussina Inclusion Program

Michael Boussina Inclusion Program
presents an inclusion program for everyone

Music & Art As A Universal Language: Community Art Exhibit

Exhibit open now through March 15, 2019

Enjoy the magical rhythms of our combined heartbeats while making artistic & musical connections for a better world

The Michael Boussina Inclusion Program, in partnership with the Jewish Federation of the Sacramento Region and The Library of MusicLandria, is planning this event to celebrate Jewish Disability Awareness, Acceptance & Inclusion Month. The program theme is "We are all one." We invite people of all abilities, from the entire community, to join us in spreading the joy of music and art as a universal language. Each individual's unique expression helps to complete the circle of humanity as we promote inclusion and kindness. All participants are encouraged to help eliminate barriers and the stigma around our perceived differences as we explore the creative potential inherent in us all. The goal of the event will be to make musical and artistic connections while enjoying the magical rhythms of our combined heartbeats. Musical performances, community art exhibit, art & music enrichment activities, “All Inclusive Local Talent Spotlight,” book reading with ASL, fun for all ages and abilities. Open to the entire community. RSVPs are recommended.

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Dr. Michael Yanuck

Michael Boussina Inclusion Program
Proudly presents physician, scientist, activist and author
Dr. Michael Yanuck
Book Reading and Lecture

“The Blue Light at The Center of Creation People”
Tuesday, February 21, 2017

The Michael Boussina Inclusion Program proudly presents physician, scientist, activist and author, Dr. Michael Yanuck. He will be speaking on his new book, “The Blue Light at The Center of Creation People” on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 beginning at 7:00pm in the KOH Library and Cultural Center.
During a stay on an Indian Reservation, Dr. Michael Yanuck was caught in a flood. Unbeknownst to him, at the same time he was struggling in the river, a rash of suicides claimed the lives of several young people. Stunned upon hearing the news of the tragedy, he assisted Tribal effort to enlist native ways to heal the people; on this Reservation with the highest suicide rate in the world.

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Mickey Zeff & Michael Boussina – two ‘special needs’ youth giving back to others and reminding us that we each have blessings to be thankful for and special gifts to share with others.