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Person First Forum: Alec Frazier - Nothing Abou...
Person First Forum Hosted by the Museum of disABILITY History Disability Rights Advocate Alec Frazier Presents: Nothing About Us without Us Saturday, March 29, 2014 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. 3826 Main Street, Buffalo FREE event! As part of the Person First Forum, a series by the Museum of disABILITY History, will focus on advocacy efforts and the acceptance of disabilities. Join Alec Frazier as he shares his experiences and perspective. Learn about: - What informs advocacy and self-advocacy. - University at Buffalo's only disability-run endeavor, the Diversity in Disability symposia. - Various reputable disability organizations, such as the AAPD, the VSA and NCIL. FREE admission to the Person First Forum. Regular admission applies for those who wish to tour the Museum of disABILITY History (open from 10 a.m. to; 4 p.m.). Registration encouraged. RSVP to 716-629-3626. Learn more about our presenter: http://www.nothingaboutuswithoutus.net/ Alec Frazier has been a public policy advocate for the disabled community since he was in elementary school. He has gotten two pieces of legislation passed, interned in Washington, D.C. and co- founded a prominent regional disability symposium. He also works for a number of agencies serving people with disabilities. He believes that the disability community should determine its own future and should have a key role in deciding its own public policy. Frazier has started to develop a new philosophy, Disability Realism, for people who wish to further the disability rights agenda while remaining in touch with today's culture and social practices. A native of Ithaca, New York, Frazier has a Bachelor's of Arts in Political Science from the University at Buffalo. A current resident of Buffalo, NY, he is enrolled in the Master's of Arts Disability Studies program at the University at Buffalo.
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