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Self-Advocacy and the Culture of Punk Music

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Season 1, Episode 12 — 8 July 2016 About this episode Sean Gray, vocalist for the D.C. punk band Birth (Defects), talks with us on how the ethic of punk music affects his disability advocacy and his project, “Is This Venue Accessible”, a crowd-source website to document the accessibility of places to hear music, first… read more

Join TASH in Welcoming Our Newest Staff Member

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Welcome Raquel Rosa! Raquel comes to TASH as Program Associate with a 13-year career in direct supports and advocacy for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. She is the eldest sibling of a young man who has a disability, and is co-founder of a Washington, DC-based support group for adults who have siblings with significant… read more

Welcome Bethany to the TASH Team

Bethany Alvare has joined TASH as the Advocacy Communications Manager. Bethany brings over four years of communications experience to TASH. Prior to joining the team, Bethany worked as the Communications and Meetings Manager for a non-profit in the investment funds industry. She holds a B.S. in Corporate Communications from James Madison University and is currently… read more

Welcome Bethany to the TASH Team

Bethany Alvare has joined TASH as the Advocacy Communications Manager. Bethany brings over four years of communications experience to TASH. Prior to joining the team, Bethany worked as the Communications and Meetings Manager for a non-profit in the investment funds industry. She holds a B.S. in Corporate Communications from James Madison University and is currently… read more