In celebration of the 27th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Maryland Department of Disabilities has hosted a traveling disAbility History Tour throughout Maryland. The Americans with Disabilities History Tour Reception will take place at the Charles County Public Library P.D. Brown Memorial Location in Waldorf, MD on August 15, 2017 and cover
Advocacy: A History of People Speaking Up for Themselves. This exhibit is on loan from the Museum of disAbility History and will be utilized for the tour.
This five-panel display traces the advocacy movement from early educational facilities to the development of organizations established for and by individuals with disabilities. For more information or to get registered visit the Charles County Public Library Website or contact Tisha Tyler at (301) 934-9001 ext. 132. Registration for this event is free but seating is limited and will be closed when capacity is reached.