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There was an interesting article in the Minnesota Daily about autism at the University of Minnesota campus.
CENTER OF THE MARGINS: A festival exploring the complex world of disability.
Nov. 11-27Content and themes about disability, central characters with disabilities, and roles for actors with disabilities-- Mixed Blood's fall festival offers it all in a line-up of three disparate but complementary plays that promise to excite, incite and delight.
On the Spectrum
by Ken LaZebnik
World premiere commissioned by Mixed Blood Theatre
Directed by Jack Reuler
Opening Night: November 12, 7pm
Single Show Admission
Proudly sponsored by Health Partners Institute for Medical Education
As part of Mixed Blood's Disability Initiative, complimentary guaranteed admissions are available (for individual shows and for festival passes) for patrons with disabilities and their companions. Free transportation to and from the theatre is also available. Read more here, or contact the box office (612-338-6131,firstname.lastname@example.org) for information and arrangements.
The map was created by the Restroom Access Workgroup of the UM Transgender Commission, addressing the critical and urgent need for safe and accessible gender-neutral restrooms and other facilities for people of all genders. For people whose gender expression is not always recognized or validated, entering gendered restrooms can result in humiliation, harassment, violence, or even arrest.