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We celebrate Women's History Month by honoring the women who had the vision that led to QSAC's founding and the women who continue to lead the organization today.
March was first declared Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month in 1987. Explore this blog post to learn more and for links to external resources.
QSAC joins the nation in mourning the loss of Judy Heumann. A champion for disability rights, Judy led the fight for civil rights for people with disabilities.
Now more than ever, we need to commit ourselves to sharing the stories and legacies of black business leaders, artists, activists, lawmakers, and others who have been instrumental in strengthening the fabric of our communities.
Are you a young adult between the age of 14 and 26? Would you be interested in free life and career coaching support? We have a new program just for you.
We are excited to announce and share our 2023 calendar of events. Mark your calendars and plan your support for the year.