announcing a series of workshops on human service history by Jack Yates

Jack Yates, a long-term student of Wolfensberger’s work, is giving a number of (stand-alone) half-day workshops on human service history in March and April (each workshop covers the same material).

The focus of the workshops is on the history of human services to children and adults with intellectual impairments, roughly from the 19th century up until today, with a big emphasis on the ‘eugenics’ period.

Email Jack for more information: jyatesATpeopleinc-fr.org

dates:

March 7 from 9:30 to 12:30 (location: Kennedy Donovan Center, 171 Main Street, Milford)

or

March 21 from 1 to 4 (location: Nemasket Group, 56 Bridge Street, Fairhaven)

or

April 11 from 9 to noon (location: Wynn and Wynn, 90 State Highway (route 44), Raynham)

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