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Disability Rights Leader Visits Virgin Islands

Disability Rights Leader Visits Virgin Islands
The Disability Rights Center of the Virgin Islands, formerly Virgin Islands Advocacy Incorporated Inc., announced that Curt Decker, executive director of the National Disability Rights Network (NDRN), would be visiting the V.I. on Wednesday, March 15. He is the executive director of the nation's largest non-governmental enforcer of disability rights,
While visiting the U.S. Virgin Islands, he will meet with the staff, advisory council and governing board of the DRCVI and will learn about issues that are of concern to the disability community in the territory.
For more information, contact DRCVI at 772-1200.

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Disability Rights Leader Visits Virgin Islands
The Disability Rights Center of the Virgin Islands, formerly Virgin Islands Advocacy Incorporated Inc., announced that Curt Decker, executive director of the National Disability Rights Network (NDRN), would be visiting the V.I. on Wednesday, March 15. He is the executive director of the nation's largest non-governmental enforcer of disability rights,
While visiting the U.S. Virgin Islands, he will meet with the staff, advisory council and governing board of the DRCVI and will learn about issues that are of concern to the disability community in the territory.
For more information, contact DRCVI at 772-1200.