Words Matter: A Screening of the Film The R-Word & Panel Discussion

Providence Center and Anne Arundel Community College Proudly Present: Words Matter: A Screening of the Film The R-Word & Panel DiscussionMarch 11, 2020 at 6PMAnne Arundel Community College Robert E. Kaufmann Theater Join us for a screening of The R-word, the critically acclaimed film that unravels the history and lasting effects of the R-Word. The film will be fallowed by a panel discussion featuring: Amanda Lukoff, Filmmaker; Soeren Palumbo, Special Olympics and Rosa & Nina Marcellino, Rosa’s Law Tickets are free but must be reserved! If you have trouble finding this on Eventbrite please contact Jackie Anna at 410-766-2212 ext. 105 or by email janna@providencecenter.com Tickets can be purchased...

Disability Issues Watch Party

Monday, January 13, 2020 | 10:30 AM – 1:00 PMThe Meeting House5885 Robert Oliver Pl.Room 202Columbia, MD 21045 Please join The Arc Maryland, Disability Rights Maryland, Maryland Developmental Disabilities Council, People Power of Howard County, and People on the Go Maryland for a watch party, including a live stream of the Presidential Forum, led by The American Association of People with Disabilities. Networking and refreshments begin at 10:30 am. Starting at 11:00 am, the forum will be live streamed. During the forum, we will have a live Bingo game with prizes as the candidates discuss their disability platforms. Please note: AAPD and REVUP Texas invited all presidential candidates to attend this forum. It is a non-partisan, non-political event, in accordance with 501(c)(3) rules. The American Association of People with Disabilities and REV UP Texas invited presidential candidates to a forum on disability issues in Austin Texas. Please arrive at 10:30 am for networking and refreshments. Starting at 11:00 am, the forum will be live streamed. During the forum, we will have a live Bingo game with prizes as the candidates discuss their disability platforms. When you vote, you chose who represents the disability community. You have the power to choose who represents you in your local, state, and national government. The people that you vote for will decide how important programs for people with disabilities, (like Medicaid and Supplemental Security Income) work. _______________________________________________________________ Please let us know if you can make it by registering at: https://tinyurl.com/ql7sjsl We will have snacks, play games, and learn about the current status of disability issues. Please contact Arylon Brooks for more information:...
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