Leading by Example: Access and Equity in Maryland
Sunny and CJ will be guests lecturers at MICA this Thursday, March 24, 2016, 7:00 PM
Several communities and institutions have been working to promote equal opportunities and services for people with disabilities. Six panelists from four Maryland-based institutions will identify already existing local initiatives and resources. The panel—Dr. Jody Cripps, Associate Professor of Deaf Studies at Towson University; C.J. Shiloh and Sunny Cefaratti, co-directors of The Musical Autist; Dr. Jill E. Scheibler and Cathy K. Goucher of Make Studio; and Amber Melvin, Team Leader of The Monument Quilt— will act as a catalyst for MICA programs that address social or community engagement to connect with individuals and organizations at the forefront of access and equality.
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