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Bryan Dooley

“Disabilities” Salon Series – Institution to Revolution: The Dark Days

Held on Thursday January 28, 2016 – 5:30pm 

Our 1st quarter 2016 Salon Series theme is “Out of the Shadows–Illuminating Disabilities.” Bryan Dooley, Winston-Salem resident and national disability advocate, will begin the series with, “Institution to Revolution: The Dark Days,” a review of life before the Americans with Disabilities Act and a personal account of his family’s journey as early beneficiaries of the ADA. Check out Bryan’s blog, Observations from Below, on Huffington Post. 

 

New Winston Museum “Disabilities” Salon Series – Thursday, January 28, 2016

Institution to Revolution: The Dark Days

Our 1st quarter 2016 Salon Series theme is “Out of the Shadows–Illuminating Disabilities.” Bryan Dooley, Winston-Salem resident and national disability advocate, begins the series with, “Institution to Revolution: The Dark Days,” a review of life before the Americans with Disabilities Act and a personal account of his family’s journey as early beneficiaries of the ADA. Check out Bryan’s blog, Observations from Below, on Huffington Post.


“Disabilities” Salon Series – Friends or Foes: Winston-Salem’s Shades of Gray

Held on Thursday March 24, 2016 – 5:30pm  

This program will focus on how local institutions impact those living with disabilities. Panelists include representatives from The Centers for Exceptional Children, The Enrichment Center, Winston-Salem Industries for the Blind, and The Adaptables Center for Independent Living.

 

New Winston Museum “Disabilities” Salon Series – Thursday, March 24, 2016

Friend or Foes: Winston-Salem’s Shades of Gray

Our 1st quarter 2016 Salon Series theme is “Out of the Shadows–Illuminating Disabilities.” This program focuses on how local institutions impact those living with disabilities. Panelists include representatives from The Centers for Exceptional ChildrenThe Enrichment CenterWinston-Salem Industries for the Blind, and The Adaptables Center for Independent Living.