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Tori Swart

By Tori Swart

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Both verbal and nonverbal students with disabilities gather in this student-made short introductory film for the ReelAbilities Film Festival school outreach program.

The festival invites people to come together to celebrate the lives, stories and art of people with disabilities.

ReelAbilities is currently developing how they want their message to be carried to local schools in the Cincinnati area–Sycamore High School being one of the first.

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