InterfaithCincy is proud to sponsor an amazing Interfaith Breakfast event on March 10th at 8am at the Duke Energy Center. Richard Bernstein, Justice, Michigan Supreme Court will be the keynote speaker for the event. Michigan Supreme Court Justice Richard Bernstein will give his thoughts on his experiences of his disability as our nation’s only blind supreme court justice. All are welcome to share in conversation about how our different faiths play a role in serving those with disabilities. Please join us along side with leaders and members of the Hindu, Muslim, Christian, Jewish and Buddhist faith traditions as we unite to support people who experience disabilities in our own communities.
The ReelAbility Film Festival will be starting March 9th and will continue to March 12th at the Duke Energy Center. See website for video clips.
'In 2012, Cincinnati, Ohio was the first city to follow in New York’s footsteps by hosting a ReelAbilities Film Festival. Since then, the festival has spread to over a dozen cities in North America, and we have received more than 500 films for consideration submitted from across the globe. In 2014, the festival’s national headquarters moved to Cincinnati where it is being managed by a nonprofit, Living Arrangements for Developmentally Disabled (LADD), Inc.
The ReelAbilities NY Disabilities Film Festival
The ReelAbilities NY Disabilities Film Festival was initiated at the JCC in Manhattan, in 2007. The festival was the first of its kind to present award- winning films by and about people with disabilities. Screenings took place at multiple venues throughout the city and they were followed by discussions that brought together the community to explore, discuss, embrace, and celebrate the diversity of our shared human experience.'
- See more at: http://cincy.reelabilities.org/ourstory#sthash.t27FV6So.dpuf