Visionary Voices: The History of Pennsylvania?s Intellectual Disability Movement

Tuesday, March 13, 2012
5:30pm - 7:30pm
Location: Philadelphia, PA

Website Link  http://www.disabilities.temple.edu/programs/voices

Liberty View Ballroom
Independence Visitors Center
6th and Market Streets
Philadelphia, PA 19106

www.libertyviewballroom.com

Visionary Voices
leaders • lessons • legacy

History of Pennsylvania's Intellectual Disability Movement
is a collection of interviews with pioneers of Pennsylvania's Intellectual Disability Movement - risk-takers, innovators, and reformers
who helped shape policies in Pennsylvania and around the country to ensure the freedom and dignity of people with disabilities.

OUR PREMIERE VIEWING EVENT will feature special guests, light hors d'oeuvres and opportunities to support Visionary Voices.

RSVP: iod@temple.edu; 215-204-1356; or online at www.disabilities.temple.edu/programs/voices.

Directions, parking and other information:
web: www.disabilities.temple.edu/programs/voices
tel: 215.204.1356 voice  215-204-1805 TTY  email: iod@temple.edu
For accommodations, please RSVP by February 27.

Visionary Voices is a project of the Institute on Disabilities at Temple University, www.disabilities.temple.edu.