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Disability Rights Center to Celebrate 30 Years

The Disability Rights Center of the Virgin Islands, in celebration of 30 years of service to the disability community, will host an award ceremony honoring members of the legal community and local disability-rights activists. The event will feature renowned stage actor, Vinie Burrows, who will showcase her latest production.
The production is entitled “Sunlight and Shadows – a Dramatic Program of Four Vignettes on Disabilities,” which will premier at 6 p.m., on Friday, Nov. 9, at the St. George Botanical Garden, Frederiksted.
Actors Equity Association gave her their coveted Paul Robeson Award and the National Black Theatre Festival designated Vinie Burrows a “Living Legend.”
The actress presently serves as the Permanent Representative to the United Nations for the Women’s International Democratic Federation. She also serves as president emerita of the Nongovernmental Organizations (NGO) Committee on Southern Africa.

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The Disability Rights Center of the Virgin Islands, in celebration of 30 years of service to the disability community, will host an award ceremony honoring members of the legal community and local disability-rights activists. The event will feature renowned stage actor, Vinie Burrows, who will showcase her latest production.
The production is entitled “Sunlight and Shadows - a Dramatic Program of Four Vignettes on Disabilities,” which will premier at 6 p.m., on Friday, Nov. 9, at the St. George Botanical Garden, Frederiksted.
Actors Equity Association gave her their coveted Paul Robeson Award and the National Black Theatre Festival designated Vinie Burrows a “Living Legend.”
The actress presently serves as the Permanent Representative to the United Nations for the Women’s International Democratic Federation. She also serves as president emerita of the Nongovernmental Organizations (NGO) Committee on Southern Africa.