Neurodivergent Affinity Group Meeting

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Thursday, November 2, 2023 8:00 PM EDT
Thursday, November 2, 2023 9:00 PM EDT

A closed space for neurodivergent-identifying booksellers and bookstore owners and for those exploring their relationship to Neurodivergent identity to gather for connection, support, community, resources, and networking. 
Booksellers interested in attending should visit their Member Dashboard and join through Email Subscriptions. Don't have a login? Request one here.
Based on feedback from the Fall 2023 Affinity Groups survey, meetings may be attended by and facilitated by DEIA Member Relations Manager, Mariana Calderon, though facilitation by volunteer bookseller will be prioritized, pending availability of volunteers. 
While allies are greatly appreciated, these closed sessions are available only for individuals who identify as members of these communities. If you are in the process of exploring your identity and relationship with a community, please do not self-reject. However, those who do not identify as a member of the Neurodivergent community should not plan to attend that group’s coinciding meetup. 

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