November 4, 2016: A Voice for Change

Encore: November 03, 2016

This year’s Democratic National Convention was full of passionate, compelling speeches from celebrities, politicians, and one of the most powerful orations was delivered by activist Anastasia Somoza. She’s fought tirelessly for the rights of those with physical, intellectual, and developmental disabilities. “She has invested in me. She believes in me. and in a country where 56 million Americans with disabilities so often feel invisible, Hillary Clinton sees me,” Somoza said before endorsing Hillary Clinton in front of a thunderous, supportive crowd at the DNC. But Anastasia’s work has gone far beyond the United States. In fact, this New Yorker has been around the globe to promote the rights of the disabled, and tonight, she joins us to share her inspiring message.


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