In the News
Holly Siegrist, M.A., M.S., Clinical Psychology Psy.D. Doctoral Candidate at California School of Professional Psychology, Alliant International University, San Francisco Campus, is doing her dissertation on the social experiences of people who are deaf or hard of hearing in social interactions.
The Texas Advisory Committee to the US Commission on Civil Rights
will be hosting a meeting on voter rights on
Tuesday, March 13, 9am-5pm at the
University of Houston Law Center in Krost Hall,
4604 Calhoun Rd. Houston, TX 77204.
THE CENTER FOR DISABILITY RIGHTS LAUNCHES THE 2018 FREE OUR PEOPLE FILM CONTEST
The Center for Disability Rights (CDR), a disability led, not for profit corporation that provides services to people with disabilities to promote independence and self-determination, will be holding its second annual Free Our People Film Contest. The contest is scheduled to begin February 1st with a deadline for submissions on March 31st.
Open Call for Youth Preparedness Council Applications
To start your online application, click here. Applications are due March 18th, 2018.
VOTING NOTICE TO VOTERS DISPLACED BY HURRICANE HARVEY
If you were living in a county that was affected by Hurricane Harvey and had to relocate to another county, please know that you can still vote in your home county or the county in which you currently reside. In regards to the voting and residence, the Secretary of State’s office has said that, you are the one who decides what you consider to be home.
You will need to make decisions by certain deadlines, as all regular deadlines are still in place and have not been waived.