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Disability Viewpoints - Inclusion Mobile Museum

An exciting mobile disability project is traveling around the state, addressing the issues of inclusion for people with developmental disabilities. It’s a powerful exhibit showcasing hundreds photograph from early 1900s to the present Of the long, winding road many people with developmental disabilities, had to travel from institutional settings to know being able to live working in a play in the community of their choice.

Host Joan Willshire explores the “Inclusion” Mobile Museum, a traveling exhibit that documents the history of society’s treatment of the developmentally disabled, from the barbaric institutionalizations of the 1900’s through the 20th century and present. Guests Natasha Jerde, Director SSB, and Mohamed A. Mohamud, DEED Special Projects Manager tell us about the exhibit and it creation by the Governor’s Council on Developmental Disability and DEED.