Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity

Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity

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CFP deadline extended for _The Disability Studies Research Methods Handbook_ #disability #disabilitystudies #researchmethods See: http://www.michaeljeffress.com/blog/cfp-for-the-disability-studies-research-methods-handbook
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Call for Proposals

Book Title: The Disability Studies Research Methods Handbook
Publisher: Routledge
Editor: Michael S. Jeffress, PhD, Associate Professor, Tennessee State University, [email protected]; 615-963-7952
Deadline: 11/30/2020
Online Link to CFP: http://www.michaeljeffress.com/blog/cfp-for-the-disability-studies-research-methods-handbook

This CFP seeks proposals for chapters for a project under consideration by Routledge Press that will showcase original research from both senior and junior scholars in interdisciplinary fields related to disability studies. The purpose is to provide chapters that discuss methods for conducting disability studies research and provide exemplar studies that show the different methods in practice. Each exemplar study chapter will be 6,000 words and will follow a standard format of Introduction, Literature Review, Methodology, Findings & Discussion, and Conclusion and will include a list of five discussion questions and three suggested activities. The tentative book outline is:

Introductory chapters: General introduction chapter, a chapter to provide a brief history of disability studies as a field of study, and a chapter on the ethics of doing disability studies research.

Section I: Qualitative Methods. An introduction chapter on doing qualitative disability studies research followed by up to 10 case study chapters that provide exemplars of original research employing different types of qualitative methods, including: grounded theory, ethnography, phenomenology, auto-ethnography, conversational analysis, interviewing, focus groups, observational, photovoice, etc.

Section 2: Quantitative Methods: An introduction chapter on doing quantitative disability studies research followed by up to 10 case study chapters that provide exemplars of original research employing different quantitative methods, including: survey research, descriptive, correlational, content analysis, and experimental research.

Section 3: Historical-Critical Methods: An introduction chapter on doing historical-critical disability studies research followed by up to 10 case study chapters that provide exemplars of original research employing different historical-critical methods, including: textual criticism (semiotic analysis and rhetorical analysis), ideological criticism (Marxist, post-colonial, feminist, q***r, etc.), discourse analysis and historical analysis.

Section 4: Mixed Methods. An introduction chapter on doing mixed-methods disability studies research followed by up to 10 case study chapters that provide exemplars of original research employing mixed methods.

Project timeline:

11/30/2020 - Review of proposals begins
1/1/2021 - Invite contributors of selected proposals to submit full chapters for review
4/30/2021 - Deadline for first drafts
6/30/2021 - Feedback returned
9/30/2021 - Final drafts due
11/30/2021-Manuscript delivered

Submission instructions: To submit a proposal, please send an e-mail to [email protected] with an attached Word document that includes a working chapter title, 150-250 word abstract, and a brief bio that provides your degree status and current title and institutional affiliation. In addition, please please answer the following questions: 1) Are you submitting a proposal for an introduction to conducting research chapter or an exemplar study chapter? and 2) What method(s) and theoretical framework(s) does your proposal utilize?
Hi! Can you share info on how to access conference proceedings from 2019? Thank you!
Hi! I just messaged you with some questions about the conference. We are hoping to submit for the October 1 deadline! Looking forward to hearing from you!
CFP for chapters for my new book project on Discussing Disability. Check it out at: http://www.michaeljeffress.com/discussing-disability-cfp.html. #Disability #DisabilityStudies
As a creator with physical disability, I am very humbled to present my comic book Mysterious Things at the Book Pavilion next week. Looking forward to meeting like-minds, discussing the importance of portraying disabilities in comics, and sharing how I incorporate my personal experiences into the story. Can't wait to meet you all!
Mana Comics celebrates ethnic and cultural diversity by showcasing superheroes from Hawaii. We are looking foreword to attending the Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity
Aloha. Been planning this since contacted by Laura Blum last spring. The Outspoken #alohapepe self published comic book issue #2 will introduce a four member team of superhero dogs who are survivors of puppy mills and abuse. Each canine has a disability and inspired by stories of real dogs. Kintsugi is blind in one eye, Freestyle cannot hear and uses signing, Rexzilla was born undersized and abandoned, and Sprocket has only front legs. Together they combine abilities and diverse skills to create mayhem and fight evil while addressing messages of compassion, perseverance, and identity. Members from the #hawaiiancomicbookalliance will be in the book pavilion (if not sneaking off to the poolside) with a wide range of titles and products. Also, we'll be doing a Tuesday afternoon panel on using stories of diversity and disabilities in graphic books / indie comics. #supportlocal Hope you check us out! #modernwaikiki #stoppuppymills #milldogrescue

Pacific Rim International Conference (Pac Rim) on Disability and Diversity has been widely recognized over the past 36 years as one of the most “diverse gatherings” in the world.
☀️ 37th Pac Rim Conference Mon, February 28 - Tues, March 1, 2022

The 36th Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity, March 1-2, 2021 virtual conference aims to make "connections locally and internationally to harness innovation and create opportunities for knowledge-building and action planning around disability and diversity." The #PacRim2021 Call for Proposals August 1, 2020 - December 1, 2020.

Operating as usual

09/20/2021

We will be accepting proposals to present at #PacRim2022 soon. To get the latest updates, join our email list at http://eepurl.com/g79LAX

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☀️ Presentation Types:

→ Poster (15-min recorded or live)
→ Live (30-min live or recorded AND 15-min live Q&A)
→ Recorded (30-min recorded)
→ Capacity Building (2+ hrs live or recorded)

☀️ Presentation Strands and Topics:

→ Communities:
-Autism & Neurodiversity
-Deaf Community
-Family Engagement
-Indigenous and Cultural Diversity

→ Education
-Higher Education, Disability, & COVID-19
-PreK-12 Education, Disability, COVID-19
-Social Emotional Learning
-Transition (Education Juncture)

→ Employment
-Accessibility & Accommodation Issues
-COVID-19 and Employment Issues
-Innovations and Challenges in Career Development
-Transition from Postsecondary Education to Employment

→ Health & Well-being
-Disability and Health
-Mental Health Issues & COVID-19
-Well-being and Flourishing

→ Disability Studies & Diversity Issues
-Disasters and Emergency Preparedness
-Disability Policy and Advocacy
-Disability Studies & Intersectionality
-Creativity, Media & the Arts

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37th Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity
February 28 and March 1, 2022 HST, hybrid format

We will be accepting proposals to present at #PacRim2022 soon. To get the latest updates, join our email list at http://eepurl.com/g79LAX

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☀️ Presentation Types:

→ Poster (15-min recorded or live)
→ Live (30-min live or recorded AND 15-min live Q&A)
→ Recorded (30-min recorded)
→ Capacity Building (2+ hrs live or recorded)

☀️ Presentation Strands and Topics:

→ Communities:
-Autism & Neurodiversity
-Deaf Community
-Family Engagement
-Indigenous and Cultural Diversity

→ Education
-Higher Education, Disability, & COVID-19
-PreK-12 Education, Disability, COVID-19
-Social Emotional Learning
-Transition (Education Juncture)

→ Employment
-Accessibility & Accommodation Issues
-COVID-19 and Employment Issues
-Innovations and Challenges in Career Development
-Transition from Postsecondary Education to Employment

→ Health & Well-being
-Disability and Health
-Mental Health Issues & COVID-19
-Well-being and Flourishing

→ Disability Studies & Diversity Issues
-Disasters and Emergency Preparedness
-Disability Policy and Advocacy
-Disability Studies & Intersectionality
-Creativity, Media & the Arts

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37th Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity
February 28 and March 1, 2022 HST, hybrid format

09/19/2021

Meet #PacRim2022 Communities Strand Leads Mellanie Lee and Kelle L. Murphy

Together, they will lead a team of 6 topics chairs to create a strand that offers:

— Attendees, a sense of belonging.

— Presenters, a place to share knowledge; connections; inspiration, resources; and support.

— Topic Chairs, leadership that will allow them to showcase and build connections between the four topic areas: Autism & Neurodiversity; Deaf Community; Family Engagement; and Indigenous and Cultural Diversity.

Interested in presenting? Join our CFP email listserv at http://eepurl.com/g79LAX

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Mellanie Lee For 35+ years, her rich experience includes teaching regular and special education, teacher preparation, school-to-work transitions and family training; designing curriculum and culturally responsive pedagogy approaches; conducting workshops, training, and technical assistance. She is the Project Director for the Hawaiʻi & Pacific Deaf-Blind Consortium and is the Hawaiʻi Project Site Coordinator for Project Hōkūlani, a STEM, Native Hawaiian grant. [email protected]

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Dr. Kelle Murphy expertise is in adapted physical education and physical education. She has been running Swim Safe: ASD, a swim program for individuals with ASD for the last 4 years on Oʻahu . Her research interests are in the areas of autism and swimming and risk management. [email protected]

#Disability #Diversity #Conference #CFP #Communities #Autism #Neurodiversity #Deaf #Community #Family #Engagement #Indigenous #CulturalDiversity #Presenting #Research #BestPractices #advocacy

37th Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability & Diversity. February 28 - Mar. 1, 2022 (HST), hybrid conference format

Meet #PacRim2022 Communities Strand Leads Mellanie Lee and Kelle L. Murphy

Together, they will lead a team of 6 topics chairs to create a strand that offers:

— Attendees, a sense of belonging.

— Presenters, a place to share knowledge; connections; inspiration, resources; and support.

— Topic Chairs, leadership that will allow them to showcase and build connections between the four topic areas: Autism & Neurodiversity; Deaf Community; Family Engagement; and Indigenous and Cultural Diversity.

Interested in presenting? Join our CFP email listserv at http://eepurl.com/g79LAX

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Mellanie Lee For 35+ years, her rich experience includes teaching regular and special education, teacher preparation, school-to-work transitions and family training; designing curriculum and culturally responsive pedagogy approaches; conducting workshops, training, and technical assistance. She is the Project Director for the Hawaiʻi & Pacific Deaf-Blind Consortium and is the Hawaiʻi Project Site Coordinator for Project Hōkūlani, a STEM, Native Hawaiian grant. [email protected]

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Dr. Kelle Murphy expertise is in adapted physical education and physical education. She has been running Swim Safe: ASD, a swim program for individuals with ASD for the last 4 years on Oʻahu . Her research interests are in the areas of autism and swimming and risk management. [email protected]

#Disability #Diversity #Conference #CFP #Communities #Autism #Neurodiversity #Deaf #Community #Family #Engagement #Indigenous #CulturalDiversity #Presenting #Research #BestPractices #advocacy

37th Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability & Diversity. February 28 - Mar. 1, 2022 (HST), hybrid conference format

09/19/2021

Get Ready to Mobilize with the #PacRim2022 COMMUNITIES STRAND

Communities offer a sense of belonging and are central to the human experience. Communities can provide: knowledge; connections; inspiration, resources; and support. An engaging community allows us to share and relate with one another and to learn and develop new ideas. The Communities strand will offer opportunities for presenters to share knowledge on the following four community areas: Autism & Neurodiversity; Deaf Community; Family Engagement; and Indigenous and Cultural Diversity.

Guiding Questions:
— What are some best practices?
— What are some emerging issues?
— What are important needs of the community and how can they best be addressed?
— How are communities responding during this COVID-19 pandemic?
— What motivates and mobilizes people to action in communities?

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Join the Communities Strand Leads, Mellanie Lee and Kelle L. Murphy, as they mobilize presenters from around the world to share and explore together. This strand will focus on four unique topics:
Autism & Neurodiversity
Deaf Community
Family Engagement
Indigenous and Cultural Diversity

Interested in presenting within one of the four Communities topics? Join our CFP email listserv at http://eepurl.com/g79LAX.

#Disability #Diversity #Conference #CFP #Communities #Autism #Neurodiversity #Deaf #Community #Family #Engagement #Indigenous #CulturalDiversity #Presenting #Research #BestPractices #Advocacy

37th Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability & Diversity. February 28 - Mar. 1, 2022 (HST), hybrid conference. The #PacRim2022 is hosted by the Center on Disability Studies, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.

Get Ready to Mobilize with the #PacRim2022 COMMUNITIES STRAND

Communities offer a sense of belonging and are central to the human experience. Communities can provide: knowledge; connections; inspiration, resources; and support. An engaging community allows us to share and relate with one another and to learn and develop new ideas. The Communities strand will offer opportunities for presenters to share knowledge on the following four community areas: Autism & Neurodiversity; Deaf Community; Family Engagement; and Indigenous and Cultural Diversity.

Guiding Questions:
— What are some best practices?
— What are some emerging issues?
— What are important needs of the community and how can they best be addressed?
— How are communities responding during this COVID-19 pandemic?
— What motivates and mobilizes people to action in communities?

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Join the Communities Strand Leads, Mellanie Lee and Kelle L. Murphy, as they mobilize presenters from around the world to share and explore together. This strand will focus on four unique topics:
Autism & Neurodiversity
Deaf Community
Family Engagement
Indigenous and Cultural Diversity

Interested in presenting within one of the four Communities topics? Join our CFP email listserv at http://eepurl.com/g79LAX.

#Disability #Diversity #Conference #CFP #Communities #Autism #Neurodiversity #Deaf #Community #Family #Engagement #Indigenous #CulturalDiversity #Presenting #Research #BestPractices #Advocacy

37th Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability & Diversity. February 28 - Mar. 1, 2022 (HST), hybrid conference. The #PacRim2022 is hosted by the Center on Disability Studies, University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa.

09/17/2021

Introducing the #PacRim2022 Conference Strands

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Join us as we celebrate achievements, share lived experiences and lessons learned within:

👪 Communities
🎓 Education
📝 Employment and Career
🌱 Health & Wellbeing
📣 Disability Studies & Diversity Issues

Housed within the five conference strands are 18 unique focused topics. Stay tuned as we introduce this year's strand and strand leads, topic and topic chairs, and ways to submit your presentation proposal.

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To learn more about upcoming call for proposals, sign up for our email listserv at http://eepurl.com/g79LAX.

👪 Communities: #Autism #Neurodiversity #Deaf #FamilyEngagement #Indigenous #CulturalDiversity

🎓 Education: #HigherEducation COVID19 #PreK12 #SocialEmotionalLearning #Transition

📝 Employment and Career: #Accessibility #Accommodation #EmploymentIssues #Innovations #Challenges #WorkforceDevelopment #Transition

🌱 Health & Well-being: #Health #MentalHealth #EmotionalHealth #COVID19 #Wellbeing #Flourishing

📣 Disability Studies & Diversity Issues: #Disasters #EmergencyPreparedness #DisabilityPolicy #Advocacy #Creativity Media Arts #DisabilityStudies #Intersectionality

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#Conference #Presentation #Communities #Education #Employment #Health #Wellbeing #DisabilityStudies #DiversityIssues #FridayFeeling #FridayFun #Disability #Diversity #CFP #Research #BestPractics #Advocacy

Introducing the #PacRim2022 Conference Strands

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Join us as we celebrate achievements, share lived experiences and lessons learned within:

👪 Communities
🎓 Education
📝 Employment and Career
🌱 Health & Wellbeing
📣 Disability Studies & Diversity Issues

Housed within the five conference strands are 18 unique focused topics. Stay tuned as we introduce this year's strand and strand leads, topic and topic chairs, and ways to submit your presentation proposal.

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To learn more about upcoming call for proposals, sign up for our email listserv at http://eepurl.com/g79LAX.

👪 Communities: #Autism #Neurodiversity #Deaf #FamilyEngagement #Indigenous #CulturalDiversity

🎓 Education: #HigherEducation COVID19 #PreK12 #SocialEmotionalLearning #Transition

📝 Employment and Career: #Accessibility #Accommodation #EmploymentIssues #Innovations #Challenges #WorkforceDevelopment #Transition

🌱 Health & Well-being: #Health #MentalHealth #EmotionalHealth #COVID19 #Wellbeing #Flourishing

📣 Disability Studies & Diversity Issues: #Disasters #EmergencyPreparedness #DisabilityPolicy #Advocacy #Creativity Media Arts #DisabilityStudies #Intersectionality

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#Conference #Presentation #Communities #Education #Employment #Health #Wellbeing #DisabilityStudies #DiversityIssues #FridayFeeling #FridayFun #Disability #Diversity #CFP #Research #BestPractics #Advocacy

09/06/2021

Journey out and join us in this unique moment to move forward together. Come reconnect and renew.

☀️ Join Us Virtually
#PacRim2022 Conference: Feb. 28 - Mar. 1, 2022 (HST)
Pre-Conference: Feb. 26, 2022 (HST)

☀️ Connect and Follow @PacRimHawaii
→ email listserv http://eepurl.com/g79LAX
→ Instagram www.instagram.com/PacRimHawaii
→ Twitter https://twitter.com/PacRimHawaii
→ YouTube http://go.hawaii.edu/LqP

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#PacRim #Hawaii #Disability #Diversity #CenterOnDisabilityStudies #Communities #DisabilityIssues #DiversityIssues #Education #Employment #Career #Health #Wellbeing #conference #MondayMotivation #MondayMorning #MondayMuse

Hosted by the Center on Disability Studies, College of Education, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Journey out and join us in this unique moment to move forward together. Come reconnect and renew.

☀️ Join Us Virtually
#PacRim2022 Conference: Feb. 28 - Mar. 1, 2022 (HST)
Pre-Conference: Feb. 26, 2022 (HST)

☀️ Connect and Follow @PacRimHawaii
→ email listserv http://eepurl.com/g79LAX
→ Instagram www.instagram.com/PacRimHawaii
→ Twitter https://twitter.com/PacRimHawaii
→ YouTube http://go.hawaii.edu/LqP

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#PacRim #Hawaii #Disability #Diversity #CenterOnDisabilityStudies #Communities #DisabilityIssues #DiversityIssues #Education #Employment #Career #Health #Wellbeing #conference #MondayMotivation #MondayMorning #MondayMuse

Hosted by the Center on Disability Studies, College of Education, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Photos from Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity's post 09/03/2021

Meet the Pacific Rim Conference Team #PacRim2022

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Get Ready to Mobilize! and join us as we host a variety of ways to connect, share research and experience, and learn skills and strategies that can maximize our collective power to affect positive change.

37th Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity
February 28 and March 1, 2022 HST, hybrid format

Interested in connecting with us? Join our email listserv http://eepurl.com/g79LAX

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Hosted by the University of Hawaii at Manoa's Center on Disability Studies, College of Education,, the annual summit has been one of largest international gatherings on #Disability and #Diversity issues in the world.

#FacesOfManoa #FridayFeeling #FF #DisabilityConference #Conference #Hawaii #International #Communities #Education #Employment #Career #Health #Wellbeing #DisabilityStudies #DiversityIssues

08/31/2021

For the last 36 years, thousands of people from around the globe committed to improving the lives and opportunities of people with disabilities have gathered together at the Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity. They include researchers, advocates, practitioners, policy-makers, educators and students, businesspeople, and many others interested in learning and sharing their ideas.

Interested in presenting, attending or sponsoring #PacRim2022? Join our email listserv http://eepurl.com/g79LAX

#PACRIM2022
Mobilize into Action!
Monday and Tuesday, February 28 - March 1, 2022 (HST)
Pre-conference Kick off event: Saturday, February 26, 2022 (HST)

#PacRim #Hawaii #Disability #Diversity #CenterOnDisabilityStudies #Communities #DisabilityIssues #DiversityIssues #Education #Employment #Career #Health #Wellbeing #Conference

Hosted by the Center on Disability Studies, College of Education, University of Hawaii at Manoa

For the last 36 years, thousands of people from around the globe committed to improving the lives and opportunities of people with disabilities have gathered together at the Pacific Rim International Conference on Disability and Diversity. They include researchers, advocates, practitioners, policy-makers, educators and students, businesspeople, and many others interested in learning and sharing their ideas.

Interested in presenting, attending or sponsoring #PacRim2022? Join our email listserv http://eepurl.com/g79LAX

#PACRIM2022
Mobilize into Action!
Monday and Tuesday, February 28 - March 1, 2022 (HST)
Pre-conference Kick off event: Saturday, February 26, 2022 (HST)

#PacRim #Hawaii #Disability #Diversity #CenterOnDisabilityStudies #Communities #DisabilityIssues #DiversityIssues #Education #Employment #Career #Health #Wellbeing #Conference

Hosted by the Center on Disability Studies, College of Education, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Opportunities and Obstacles: Representations of Disability in Film and Media – Pac Rim Conference 04/17/2021

Opportunities and Obstacles: Representations of Disability in Film and Media – Pac Rim Conference

Opportunities and Obstacles: Representations of Disability in Film and Media – Pac Rim Conference Home Events Opportunities and Obstacles: Representations of Disability in Film and Media Opportunities and Obstacles: Representations of Disability in Film and Media An Open Roundtable About the Current State of the Field This open discussion drawing together members of the creative community and in...

04/14/2021

TOMORROW #CDS Community/Consumer Advisory Members Info Session at https://tinyurl.com/HIUCEDD-CAC

April 14, 2021, 12:00pm

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Community/Consumer Advisory Council (CAC) is to provide input into overall activities and our 5-year strategic plan for our Center (Center on Disability Studies, HI University Center for Excellence in Developmental Disabilities)

Benefits of CAC member:
- Gain leadership experience
- Learn about national and state issues on disabilities
- Provide input in making decisions about activities that supports individuals with disabilities
- Meet and collaborate with other individuals who have similar interest about disability issues
- Stipends
- Conference attendance

We are currently looking for 2-3 individuals with disabilities and/or family members of individuals with disabilities to be a member of our CAC.

If you are interested, please register and come to the information session that will be held tomorrow, Wednesday, April 14, 2021 at noon. Register here: https://tinyurl.com/HIUCEDD-CAC

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Please consider sharing to your network College of Education, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Association of University Centers on Disabilities, Review of Disability Studies, Comprehensive Service Center for the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, or Deaf-Blind, Hire Abilities Hawaii, Hawaii Disability Rights Center, SAAC Hawaii, SPIN - Special Parent Information Network, Assistive Technology Resource Centers of Hawaii (ATRC). Your help is greatly appreciated.

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IMAGE DESCRIPTION: Photo of five CAC members in meeting, CDS, UHM, COE logos. And text "Seeking New CAC Members! The Center on Disability Studies (CDS) is calling for individuals with disabilities to be a Community Advisory Council (CAC) member. Interested? Register for an information session on April 14, 2021, 12- 1 pm at https://tinyurl.com/HIUCEDD-CAC

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