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2021 Mayor’s 14th Annual Disability Awareness Expo

Wednesday, October 27, 2021 from 10:00 AM to 1:30 PM

Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library's Great Hall
901 G St, NW, Washington, DC 20001

Contact: Shelly.Carrbrown@dc.gov   202-724-5055  

Sponsored by: District of Columbia Office of Disability Rights; Government of the District of Columbia


You are cordially invited to join us for the 14th Annual Mayor’s Disability Awareness Expo. The Office of Disability Rights (ODR) in partnership with several District Government Agencies will host the event at the Martin Luther King Jr. Library’s Great hall, in recognition of October being National Disability Awareness Month. The purpose of this free event is to advance the conversation on equal opportunities and inclusive environments for people with disabilities, complete with information tables and over 50 exhibitors. The District of Columbia is home to over 116,000 people with disabilities and this year more than 400 consumers, caregivers, advocates and students are invited to attend.

Through a partnership with other DC Government Agencies, this Disability Awareness Expo will highlight the important initiatives and programs offered throughout the District.

The event will feature:

  • Employment Readiness
  • Housing Resources
  • Workforce Development

Note: This event is FREE to all DC residents and consumers with and without a disability to share valuable information and resources.

Place: Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library's Great Hall - 901 G St, NW

Registration link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/2021-mayors-14th-annual-disability-awareness-expo-tickets-168474438581 (Reasonable accommodations are available within the registration form.)

For further details or questions: Email Shelly.Carrbrown@dc.gov or call 202-724-5055.

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