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With a musical play, young people with disabilities hope to inspire kindness

By Moriah Balingit, Washington Post October 11
In songs and in earnest monologues onstage, the teenagers shared stories about overcoming the challenges that had sometimes defined them to others — cerebral palsy, autism, stuttering. Their stories were laced with sadness and humor, often ending with pleas to the audience to see them for more than their limitations. Read More >>

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