Wednesday, September 19, 12:00-1:00 p.m.,
TLC PDA (N110 LC)

Please RSVP to bobbie-bevins@uiowa.edu if you plan to attend.

This documentary, created and directed by Sujit Singh, takes the viewer through a day with four abled-bodied individuals that have volunteered to experience what it is like to be a person with a disability. These four individuals experience one of the following disabilities: Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) through the art of dance, Blindness through exploring Iowa City’s downtown pedestrian mall, Quadriplegic by spending the day in a wheelchair and experiencing a few hours at a local salon getting a haircut, and a form of Mutism by having lunch at a restaurant and speaking through their respective cell phones. 

An opportunity for discussion will be provided following the film, facilitated by Patti Bahr, Director, ICATER.

Hosted by the College of Education Staff Council.