Looking forward to the new year…

As we end the year I thought I might offer some thoughts about the purpose we share under the banner of Chatham-Savannah Citizen Advocacy.   Our shared purpose is to provide protection to and advocacy for/with people who are marginalized because of prejudice toward disability.   We bring people who would not ordinarily meet into meaningful relationship with one another.

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Truth in the time of Twitter (140 characters per thought) and other fast moving media…..

We protect who we love. (19 characters) We  love people who we know. As long as a person lives unknown to others they live unloved and unsafe. (81 characters) The word “disability” often creates a big wide distance between a person and other members of our community. (90 Characters) The service system serves to separate rather than connect and create

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Why We Went: Photos of the SNCC 50th Anniversary Conference

Join us for the Opening Reception for this photography show on Tuesday, November 2nd from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. at the Sentient Beat at 13 E. Park Avenue.   In April of 2010, Shaw University in Raleigh, North Carolina hosted a historic gathering to commemorate the founding of one of the most influential and effective civil rights organizations, the Student

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