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Teaspoons of Change Trip Information

Teaspoons of Change – better for people and planet

Teaspoons of Change
is about the small but significant, positive and personal changes we can enact to see a better world for everyone everywhere and for the environment. 664 more words

Before Walk

Next up in our Sensory Friendly Films is Planes: Fire and Rescue!

Have you had a chance to try out one of the great Sensory Friendly Film showings at NCG Cinema in Yorkville?  Now is your chance! 162 more words

Media Partner #21: Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability

It’s hard to believe, but the Disability Visibility Project’s 21th supporter is the Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability!

The Paul K. Longmore Institute on Disability… 135 more words

News And Guest Blog Posts

Guest blog post: Sharing Individual Stories to Preserve Disability History

Jihan Abbas is a researcher with both personal and professional experience in the area of disability and equality rights and the former Director of Policy and Research for Independent Living Canada. 167 more words

News And Guest Blog Posts

State Agency Frustrations

I know that in today’s world States have a tough job of balancing budgets and determining who gets what money. Historically Department of Human Services, along with School departments usually get the short end of the stick. 449 more words


Advocacy Awareness

MCIL’s Member’s Group is taking off. Numbers are up. Participation is higher, Voices ring to the rafters.

I am in an unusual place. I have to sit on my hands. 149 more words

Talking Social Media: Bringing Adults and Teens Together

Advocacy.  Advocacy.  Advocacy.  I feel like that is the theme of this year for me.  I never understood the importance of advocacy in the library until I began working with the age group that most libraries can’t seem to attract or channel their energy successfully.   470 more words