John Finley- A conversation between Jordan Rich and Rev. John Finley, IV, Founder and Head of Boston’s Epiphany School. John is dyslexic, and he credits having dyslexia with his ability to think outside the proverbial box, find his passion and through it his life’s work. John has created a school that supports and celebrates all kinds of learners, doing so with a population of students from under resourced families. The Epiphany School provides wrap around services so that students have support before and after the school day begins and ends, and the support continues even after they graduate and move on in their lives. To learn more about John and The Epiphany School, go to WICD. org, where you can also discover ways to support and become involved with Decoders, a groundbreaking film we’re creating to celebrate the strengths of dyslexia.
Monthly Archives: July 2018
Sally Taylor- A conversation between Jordan Rich and Sally Taylor, musician, teacher, artist, activist, wife and mother. Sally was born into a creative family of the first order, the daughter of James Taylor and Carly Simon, and like many others in her family Sally is dyslexic. She credits having dyslexia with helping her find her voice, and in this interview she talks expansively and eloquently about the strengths of dyslexia, and about Consenses, an entity she created to use art as a lens and a vehicle for connection, understanding, and peace. To learn more go to WICD.org, where you can also discover ways to support and become involved with Decoders, a groundbreaking film we’re creating to celebrate the strengths of dyslexia.