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Journeys Toward Justice! Changemakers Driving Justice & Equity Forward: March 23 Through April 23

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The series is hosted by the University of Richmond’s Bonner Center for Civic Engagement. Starting Tuesday March 23 and continuing through April.

Journeys Toward Justice is a multi-college collaboration spotlighting changemakers across the country who are driving justice and equity …

Posted by Amy Sugerman
Amy Sugerman Assistant Director, Center for Civic Engagement Amy Sugerman
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A Man With Autism Asks Future Employers to ‘Take a Chance on Me’ in a Heartfelt, Handwritten Viral Letter

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A soon-to-be high school graduate started his job search in a unique way, by writing a candid and heartfelt letter to future employers and posting it on LinkedIn. Ryan Lowry has autism and wants future employers to understand the many …

Posted by Hannah Faustmann
Hannah Faustmann Assistant Director, Center for Global Education Hannah Faustmann
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People With ‘Invisible Disabilities’ Fight For Understanding

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People who live with invisible disabilities often face particular challenges in the workplace and in their communities. What are ways the community is advocating for understanding? Click here to learn more.

Posted by Hannah Faustmann
Hannah Faustmann Assistant Director, Center for Global Education Hannah Faustmann
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Career Guide for Students with Disabilities

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Check out these helpful career guides that can help you find a career, know your rights, request accommodations and so much more!

Posted by Hannah Faustmann
Hannah Faustmann Assistant Director, Center for Global Education Hannah Faustmann
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How to Disclose a Disability to Your Employer (and Whether You Should)

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If you, like thousands of others, live with a visible or invisible disability, check out this New York Times article to discover what you need to know if you want to tell your employer.

Posted by Hannah Faustmann
Hannah Faustmann Assistant Director, Center for Global Education Hannah Faustmann
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