David Egan is a successful advocate for the rights of people with Down syndrome. In his book, published in 2020, he tells his own story of inclusion.
If you, even for a moment, doubt that he wrote it himself, watch as he describes how he got to be the first person with an intellectual disability to receive the Joseph P. Kennedy Foundation Public Policy Fellowship.
You won’t be sorry if you read his book – and help him with his goal of being remembered.
“something great is happening”
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