L'Arche Atlanta crew playing basketball.

Disability and Community in L’Arche Atlanta

L’Arche Atlanta crew playing basketball. On my first day at L’Arche House, a sign on purple paper greeted me: WELCOME BACK TO L’ARCHE ATLANTA ADRIAN. I do not yet know who drew it for me, but it fills me🔒

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Adrian Nelson is currently living, working, and playing in Atlanta, Ga., with Quaker Voluntary Service and L’Arche Atlanta. Ze worships with Atlanta Meeting and is a member of Northside Meeting in Chicago, Ill. Ze also delivers vegan baked goods and organizes for the network Showing Up for Racial Justice.

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