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Ask Dr. Applewhite About Disability and African-Americans at School and Work

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ATTENTION: ASK Dr. Applewhite in person at the African-American Symposium on Disabilities on February 27, 2015 in Phoenix. Learn more at www.abil.org This show is an appreciation of Black History Month every February. The staff and students of White Apple Institute, anticipate that people of every ethnicity will continue to experience the reflections of success and the fulfillment of "impossible" dreams by our ancestors of African descent. Adult Learners/Students and Employees ASK Dr. Applewhite about "What it "REALLY" means to be labeled as African-American and Disabled". Dr. Applewhite and Guests will discuss ways to overcome the emotional stress and rehabilitate from the psychological, educational and social impact of being labeled. Also, hear and share TIPS on Legal Advocacy and maintaining Healthy Minds and Bodies for success, at school and work, with Lenora Arnold. Our show closes with Vet2Vet Talk with Mitch Caviness, and fellow Veterans, discussing their views on the topic, and sharing updates on benefits and events. Listen to our archived shows 24/7. Thanks for making your donation of $5 or more one time or monthly to www.whiteappleinstitute.org to keep this radio show operating.

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