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Cheryl Green
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Gorgeous new documentary project from +Jade Bryan ! https://youtu.be/CemF5_AZ9CA .

You can support the project here: https://www.gofundme.com/our-voice-our-rights-our-freedom

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Kim Sauder! "Remember that a lot of the reasons why the lives of disabled people is harder is not because it's inherently harder to be a disabled person, it's harder to be a disabled person because we live in a society that doesn't give us opportunities, that isn't accessible to us. It's something that is done to us. So, we need to make the world a place where we aren't socially marginalized, and are given opportunities to speak for ourselves."

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Well said, Sarah! Disability community faces substantially worse trauma, violence, and discrimination than a known bully doing weird gestures and pretending to be "dumb."

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"Disabled people are allowed through the gateways of the arts but once you’re in, all too often there is little equality of experience." So true.

Great piece on barriers to inclusion in the arts.

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Documenting activism and police brutality is vital to maintaining a democracy and informed citizens.

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Why it's a major mistake to think Trump's mocking of one disabled person is the real problem.

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Absolutely thrilled to be premiering Who Am I To Stop It at #ARFF2016 America's Rainbow Film Festival LGBTQIA festival in New York City!
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What a fantastic letter giving perspective on meltdowns from an #ActuallyAutistic  person, not a parent or provider.

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Great takedown of the terrible looking movie "The Accountant." Even though they swear it's a "different" take on Autism, the protagonist is still a non-disabled actor, and the character has no romance and is amazing at math. Poorly done, folks. I love this review by an #ActuallyAutistic  person.

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What a great description of respectful, constructive ways to teach disability themes in the classroom using films from the amazing New Day Films collection. Thank you, Nomy Lamm!
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