We took several photos and stayed for a while to listen as they played. In the end they took a picture of us all together. We had a great time and we would like to repeat.
“The problem wasn’t that people didn’t care.” Rivera continued. “The problem was that the whole notion that you could mass-produce care for the developmentally disabled the way you mass produce cars was very deeply flawed. It was doomed to fail.”
“I am very capable of doing the job,” -Eric Schwacke.
Bridget Snedden is the parent of Alex, a young man from New Zealand who has Down Syndrome.
This year’s runway trends were diversity and inclusion at the February 15, 2016 FTL MODA show with models Madeline Stuart, Tiffany Tennille, Shaholly Ayers, Fausto Di Pino, Rebekah Marine, Dionne Michelle, and others. The show featured fashions by Josefa DaSilva, LuLu et GiGi, Dunyah, Adolfo Sanchez, Dear Rain, Mr. Decurtis, and FuMo Bespoke. Life-Wire correspondents Meredith Arout and …
FTL Moda’s Spring/Summer show at New York Fashion Week celebrates every body with the inclusion of extraordinary models.
Currently in production: video features exploring Down Syndrome and Staten Island MakerSpace. ” ngg_triggers_display=”never” ngg_proofing_display=”0″ order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] 1: Filming of Living with Down Syndrome: Featuring Eric Schwacke. (Photo: Jonathan Chernok) 2: Anthony DiFato conducting an interview at Staten Island MakerSpace. (Photo: Gregory Perosi)