Announcing the 2019 January through May Monthly Webinar Series:
Below you will find basic information about the first webinars in our 2019 Spring Faith and Disability Webinar Series. They are usually held on the third Wednesday of the month, unless otherwise noted. The webinars are being organized and delivered from the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center in Nashville. For more information on the webinars, the Collaborative and related resources, go to http://faithanddisability.org/webinar/. (Note: All webinars will be recorded. Registration is free.)
April 24,, 1:00-2:00 p.m. CT (Note: This is the 4th Wednesday for April)
Title: Our Faith Foundations for Advocacy
Description: Faith is important. Everyone defines faith in different ways and decides what kind of advocacy they want to be involved in. Self-determination is important--you are in control of your life; no one decides for you. This session explores the connections between our own faith traditions and our commitment to advocacy. Register HERE.
Presenters: Liz Weintraub, Senior Advocacy Specialist and Host of Tuesdays With Liz: Disability Policy For All!, Association For University Centers On Disabilities (AUCD), and Laura Robb, Writer, Blogger, http://lauracrobb.com/, The Faith Inclusion Network of Hampton Roads, Virginia.