In the News

In the News

Hurdles to Humanizing Homelessness

A reflection on the pandemic, the protests, homelessness & race asks fellow white people to take a step back & educators to re-imagine what it means to be human. by Kelli Lynn Grey, June 17, 2020 Near the beginning of 2020, the non-profit AMP (which I serve as secretary to the board) received...

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Arts Center holds open studio via Zoom

MOULTRIE, Ga. — People looking to re-connect with others have a chance from the safety of their own homes with Free Open Studio Online via a live stream hosted by the Colquitt County Arts Center. Every month, students can register to participate in a workshop, pick up supplies, and join in a...

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GCDD VIEWPOINT - Keep Moving Forward

At the time of this writing, the world has come to a standstill because of COVID-19. Over 10,000 Americans have lost their lives to this illness, and hundreds of thousands are sick. People with disabilities who experience health-related issues such as heart, lung or kidney disease need to take...

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What's Happening in Washington?

What's Happening in Washington?
Federal Disability Policy Updates by Alison Barkoff and Erin Shea, Center for Public Representation COVID-19 Response: Click to read the updated presentation: April 16, 2020Congressional Response: Congress has already passed three bills in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. The first was an...

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Kayla's Corner - Planning an Advocacy Event

Kayla's Corner - Planning an Advocacy Event
Hello everyone, I am the Vice President and Chief Ambassador of Autistic Self-Advocacy Atlanta (ASAA), an affiliate group of the Autistic Self-Advocacy Network (ASAN). Since 2012, ASAN has partnered with several disability organizations every year on March 1 to honor and remember people...

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