CUNY Presentation and Hillary Clinton on Sub-Minimum Wage

I have two news items to share today.  One is the link to the recorded version of the presentation I did about Disability Servitude at CUNY two weeks ago and the other features Hillary Clinton talking about eliminating the sub-minimum wage an article in the Atlantic.  I hope you find both of them informative and helpful in your advocacy efforts for wage equity for all workers with disabilities.






Click here for CUNY Presentation on Disability Servitude








Click Here For Article On Clinton and Sub-Minimum Wage

Less Than Six Days To Launch


Less than six days to go before the big launch party being hosted by CUNY in New York City.  We are flying up from Nashville on Tuesday so we can have a little fun along with some college professor work.

I’m working  away or maybe that’s awry on my presentation for Thursday night.  We’ll see how it shapes up during rehearsals.  Hope to see some of my old and new friends and supporters there.  CUNY has also arranged for a live webinar broadcast for folks who can’t make it to the presentation in person.

We’ve going to raffle off two copies of Disability Servitude for two lucky participants and will have discount coupons available for all who attend either way.  I’m still pinching myself and trying to figure out what to wear.  Thank you to everyone who has helped to make this possible.

There’s still space available for the webinar if you haven’t had a chance to sign up yet.  Just click on the link below:

Click here to register for the webinar on Disability Servitude