Disability in Film: A Brazilian Analysis

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This extension course event by ANIS in Brasilia tantalized me with the possibility of participating until I discovered that the films to be discussed will not be streamed but must be viewed on site. For those fortunate enough to be in town for the event on the 14th (text in Portuguese):

ANIS announcement

http://www.anis.org.br/texto.cfm?Texto=26

About ANIS (Institute of Bioethics, Human Rights, and Gender):
http://www.anis.org.br/idiomas/ingles.cfm

Meanwhile, I am assisting the Brazilian government committee that is formulating their federal maritime accessibility code as part of three-nation Inclusive Tourism (Turismo para Todos)project, alas, from up here in the US.

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