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I have for sale an original boxed and apparently used both a Sharp El640 Talking Clock/Calculator and a Sharp EL620 Talking Calculator. I have ascertained that they are bboth in mint working condition. I am asking $175.00 including shipping for the EL640 and $125.00 including shipping for the EL620. Payments can be done either through PayPal or credit card. Prices including shipping only apply to the U.S. Contact me off list if interested.Posted Wednesday, 22-Jul-2015 12:48 PM ET
The two Seiko Braille Mens' watches are both in excellent and working condition. One has a leather band and the other an expansion band. $100 for each watch, including shipping.Posted Wednesday, 22-Jul-2015 12:47 PM ET
An ADA 25th Anniversary Event at NYPL: PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES as CREATORS + AGENTS OF CHANGE: Two panel discussions on making your mark. WHERE: Mid-Manhattan Library, 455 Fifth Avenue, Manhattan. WHEN: Saturday, July 25th Panel One: 1:00 - 2:30pm Actors, Artists, and Inventors: People with Disabilities as Creators. Moderated by: Isaac Zablocki, Co-Founder of ReelAbilities Film Festival. Panelists: Mary Theresa Archbold (Performer and Writer), Lloyd Burlingham (Author and Former Broadway Set Creator), Christopher Taylor Edwards (Transdisciplinary Designer), Jay Allan Zimmerman (Composer), Flo Fox (Photographer) Panel Two: 3:00 -4:30pm Fighting the Good Fight: Activists, Advocates and Law Changers Moderated by: Susan Dooha, Executive Director at CIDNY Panelists: Monica Bartley (MSS, Advocate for voting rights), Lourdes Rosa Carrasquillo, Esq. (Director of Advocacy at CIDNY), Karen Gourgey (Chair of PASS Coalition), Edith Prentiss (Chair of Taxis for All Campaign) Questions? Please contact Alexandra Kelly at AlexandraKelly@nypl.org or 212-621-0552. Meet some of our presenters: Monica Bartley, MSS is a Community Organizer at CIDNY and works with our network of community advocates. She trains people to survey polling sites, street access, restaurants and green markets. Her voting rights advocacy efforts contributed to a civil rights victory in the federal courts for people with disabilities in New York City. Monica educates the media about the lives of people with disabilities and access issues in New York City. She has been for her work promoting social justice by the New York Women’s Foundation in its book Radiance. Lourdes Rosa-Carrasquillo, Esq. is Director of Advocacy at CIDNY. She analyzes government policies related to education, housing and civil rights issues. She teaches individuals to know their civil rights and to advocate effectively for themselves and the community. She leads delegations of people with disabilities who describe their experiences to legislators and the media. She has been honored for her work promoting social justice by the New York Women’s Foundation in its book Radiance. Karen Gourgey, Ed. D. is Director of the Computer Center for Visually Impaired People at Baruch College, CUNY. She is the Past Chairperson of the PASS Coalition which is responsible for making strides in the installation of audible signals in New York City. She was honored with the Matthew I. Sapolin Visionary Award during the 6th Annual Employment & Visual Impairment Conference at Baruch College in 2013. Edith M Prentiss is the Chair of the Taxis for All Campaign. The campaign is responsible for achieving a legal victory that will result in greater availability of taxis for people with disabilities. She is the President of the 504 Democratic Club and Vice President of Legislative Affairs of Disabled In Action. Recently, she was presented with the Sandra Schnur Advocacy Award by Concepts for Independence for her advocacy work. Virginia born, Lloyd Burlingame’s dream of being a New York stage designer came true when he designed his first Broadway show at age 25. Subsequently designing either sets, lights or costumes for 44 more shows on the great white way. At age 36, in addition to his design work, he began teaching and chairing the Department of Design at NYU Tisch School of the Arts for 26 years--18 of which he was legally blind. On retiring from NYU, nearly totally blind, no longer able to see to paint and draw, he turned to writing as his major creative outlet and has recently written and published 3 booksPosted Wednesday, 22-Jul-2015 12:47 PM ET
I am selling an Ipad 2 with a keyboard case, a 36 key electronic musical keyboard, a cassette player, and a cartridge book player. Hoping to trade everything for a braille notetaker that has bluetoothe capabilities and is able to be used with IOs. Humanware/Hims notetakers are preferred but I am willing to take others.Posted Monday, 13-Jul-2015 4:27 PM ET
Sorry, I just noticed that I made a typo when I submitted the original ad. The price is 600 for the Trekker breeze.Posted Friday, 10-Jul-2015 2:17 PM ET
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