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The Arc Georgia works alongside people with intellectual and developmental disabilities to promote and protect the human rights for all and actively support full inclusion and participation in the community throughout their lifetimes.


The Arc Georgia presents a virtual production and discussion on Tuesdays with Tootle featuring a screening of georgia council on developmental disabilities' 6,000 Waiting A Film about Disability Advocacy April 27, 2021 6:30 - 8:00pm EST Registration Link: https://sign1news.com/6000-waiting-rsvp/

Join Stancil Tootle, Tuesdays with Tootle, as he leads a panel discussion with the stars, Ben Oxley, Nick Papadopolus, and Naomi Williams, of 6,000 Waiting after we view the film.

6000 Waiting…A Film about Disability Advocacy

6,000 Waiting tells the powerful stories of three Georgians with developmental disabilities whose lives are significantly impacted by the staggering lack and complexity of state Medicaid waiver funding. With persistence, courage, and self-determination, they fight to access the resources they desperately need to live life on their own terms.

Art by Derek Heard Titled 6000 and Waiting. Very long winding line of upset people, all ages, races, ethnicities, waiting to get to the Georgia State Capitol for Department of Behavioral Health and Developmental disabilities State Services. Three signs along the way with names of Nick, Ben, and Noah.
Art by Derek Heard