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Ari Ne’eman speaks at HPOD

A chapter from his forthcoming book on the history of disability in America

On Tuesday, February 19th, Ari Ne’eman joined the Harvard Law School Project on Disability to present on a chapter from his forthcoming book on the history of disability in America. In his introduction of Ne’eman, Professor Michael Stein lauded Ne'eman’s enduring advocacy for disability rights. Ne’eman is the founder of …

Clifford Beers and The Making of the Modern Mental Health Movement

From the forth-coming book by Ari Neā€™eman, Co-founder of the Autistic Self Advocacy Network

    JOIN HPOD AND GLOBALMENTALHEALTH@HARVARD INITIATIVE FOR A LUNCHTIME TALK CLIFFORD BEERS AND THE MAKING OF THE MODERN MENTAL HEALTH MOVEMENT FROM THE FORTH-COMING BOOK BY ARI NE’EMAN CO-FOUNDER OF THE AUTISTIC SELF ADVOCACY NETWORK   Tuesday, February 19, 2019 12 P.M. Morgan Courtroom Austin Hall, 3rd Floor Har…

Co-sponsored screening of Off the Rails

Off the Rails - a documentary at the Brattle Theatre.

Thurs. March 29, 7:00 pm at the Brattle Theatre Off the Rails The remarkable true story of Darius McCollum, a man with Asperger’s syndrome, whose love of transit has landed him in jail 32 times for impersonating New York City bus drivers and subway conductors. Although Darius has never damaged any property or hurt anyone, he remains impriso…

From Glory to Degradation: Disability from the Civil War to the Age of Eugenics

Lunchtime Talk with Ari Ne'eman

Please join us for the Lunchtime Talk with Ari Ne'eman Co-founder, Autistic Self-Advocacy Network Questions? hpod@law.harvard.edu Light fare will be served.

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