Meet Simi Linton - Then Cast Your Vote

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Simi Linton, artist, scholar, and activist within the disability rights movement, has been nominated for an EPIC Emerging Artist Award via the White House Project. 

his recognition is for the forthcoming documentary Invitation to Dance, a film about disability and dance, produced and directed by Christian von Tippelskirch and Simi Linton. The film is a personal portrait, and more broadly it is about disabled people¬ís quest for equality, justice, and a place on the dance floor. 

 From Simi:
This is a contest and we want your vote!!! 
 Go to 
 To view the clip, we suggest you first click on the right arrow underneath the movie frame and scroll to Invitation to Dance. Select it, then click on the YouTube icon inside the frame to see a larger version. 
 Make sure you vote: First select Invitation to Dance then click the vote button. That's it.
 The top three finalists will attend a gala sponsored by Lifetime Television on April 7th where the winner will be announced.

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What an inspirational video. We will definitely be heading over to the White House Project website to vote!

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