Weekly Event Recommendations | ADA30 Michigan Celebration

Disability Network's Peer Advocacy Group joins a consortium of disability organizations as we observe the Americans with Disabilities Act by sharing one weekly free online ADA30 Michigan Celebration event with the community that advocates for inclusive communities.

ADA30 Event for Week of September 14, 2020

This week Disability Network's Peer Advocacy Group invites you to join us on online for the ADA30 Michigan Celebration event on Wednesday, September 16, from 2:00 to 3:00 pm for 'Native American Perspectives on Disability' presented by Dr. Candace Cole McCrea. Join us as Dr. McCrea discusses how Native American communities experience personal qualities, both physical and mental, in very different ways than the dominant American culture. Click here to register for the free virtual online event.  

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