TRIGGER WARNING: discussions about murder
Join us this week on Human Potential, as we discuss the upcoming Day of Mourning on March 1st, when disability and allied communities in the US and Canada (and from all over the world, via online vigil) come together to grieve and hold vigils for all people with disabilities killed by their family members. Our guest for tonight's episode is Cara Liebowitz, this year's site coordinator for the New York City vigil, who will join us in discussing this annual tradition of the autistic community, sponsored by the Autistic Self-Advocacy Network (ASAN), ADAPT, Not Dead Yet, the National Independent Living Council (NCIL), the Disability Rights Education and Defense Fund, and many other disability rights and advocacy organizations.
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Join us Every Thursday for Human Potential. Host James P. Wagner and cohosts Nick Hale and Marc Rosen discuss a wide range of topics surrounding disabilities and autism while branching off into sociology, anthropology, business, creative arts, spirituality, politics, and much more.
James P. Wagner is a poet, editor, performer, and publisher.
Nick Hale is an editor, poet, author, and educator.
Marc Rosen is a poet, editor, author, activist, and advocate.
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