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Streaming from Friday, February 10 – Friday, February 17
Samuel Habib tells his own story as a 21-year-old college student with cerebral palsy. With great wit and emotion, Samuel documents his achievements and challenges while going on the road to interview disabled activists and lobby 2020 Presidential candidates for more inclusive policies. (Running time: 22 minutes)
Samuel Habib, 21, is a high school graduate and community college student currently pursuing a career as a multimedia storyteller. He interned at the local community access television station in Concord, NH and had a paid job at a video production studio. In 2016, he created a film about disability rights lea der Judith Heumann, that was featured in the Breaking Down Barriers Film Festival in Moscow, Russia. Samuel also helped Dan create the nationally broadcast film Mr. Connolly Has ALS. Samuel uses a wheelchair for mobility and a communication device (as well as his voice) to express himself. In addition to exploring his current and future academic and career options, Samuel also navigates significant, chronic health challenges.
Wednesday, February 15 • 7:00 p.m.