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Pen 2 Paper: The Ones that Got Away May

Two works that we loved, but didn’t make it to our 2017 finalist list: Nellie and June by Wendy Sheehan and Upon Considering Boob Privilege by Kimberly Jackson.​

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CTD40: Happy Birthday, from David Borden

Artist, author, and advocate David Borden recounts the ways CTD helped further his artistic and other pursuits (video).

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Pen 2 Paper: The Ones that Got Away April

Two works that we loved, but didn’t make it to our 2017 finalist list: excerpt from Mental Hospital by Ross Robbins and Extra Time on Tests by Stanley Toledo.​

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Pen 2 Paper: The Ones that Got Away March

A story that we loved, but didn’t make it to our 2017 finalist list: Running Away from Home by Julie Whitehead.​

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CTD40: Kenneth’s Story

Some reflections from long time partner Kenneth Semien Sr. of the American Council of the Blind of Texas.

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Pen 2 Paper: The Ones that Got Away February

Two poems that we loved, but didn’t make it to our 2017 finalist list: Trauma’s Shadow by Kae Bucher, and The Imperfect World, by Dr. Archana Kadam.

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CTD40: 1983, A Banner Year for CTD

​A CTD founder, Larry Johnson remembers the Disabled, but Able to Vote Campaign and other CTD successes from our early years.

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CTD40: Rodney’s Story

Board president Rodney Hanneman on his time serving CTD.

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CTD40: A Poetic Love Affair

New in our CTD40 blog series: poet and activist Maria Palacios on her “poetic love affair” with our Pen 2 Paper creative writing contest.

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CTD40: Inaugural Stories

​Introducing the CTD40 blog series, collecting the stories from our friends, colleagues, founders, supporters, and the people we serve about our shared history.

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