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Join us at the Ann Arbor CIL for a night of disability rights, film, and discussion!WE WILL BE WATCHING...The Sundance Film Festival award winner, 'When Billy Broke His Head.. and Other Tales of Wonder’ The movie, (rated PG-13) is described as “A video first-person road movie about disability, civil rights, and the search for intelligent life after brain damage.” Join us after the movie for a discussion about the film and the disability rights movement. DON'T FORGET TO REGISTERThere is a $3.00 fee for this event. Limited need based scholarships are available. To participate, you must register by March 14th. To register or for more information contact Ava at (734) 971-0277 ext. 55.
Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living, 3941 Research Park Drive. Donation. $3. (734) 971-0277 ext. 55. email@example.com [map]
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Organizing For Action-Washtenaw volunteers and supporters will be asking Congress to move forward finding a responsible and balanced approach to avoid the harsh cuts of the sequestration. Our students, teachers and first-responders should not be held back because of the inaction and unwillingness of Members of Congress to create a balanced deficit reduction package. Supporters from across the area will come together and say now is the time to produce a balanced way forward avoiding the sequester cuts that
could unnecessarily affect women's health care, child care and food safety. OFA supporters are making their voices heard that Congress needs to act now to make smarter cuts that don’t hurt our middle class and our communities. This is the agenda that Americans voted for last November and it's time for Congress to move forward a package that helps create a stronger economy and a more secure middle class.
Ann Arbor Federal Building, 200 E Liberty Street. firstname.lastname@example.org [map]