LD Pride Day: Celebrating 50 Years of History, Struggles and Opportunities!
You are invited to join as we host events to honor the history of Learning Disabilities and the progress made during the past fifty years.
In this Landmark College celebration, “we won’t parse labels, or any other words for that matter. But instead, we will recognize the actions taken by a small group of concerned parents gathered in Chicago a half century ago who only wanted their children to receive a better education. Today, we call that advocacy and it’s worth celebrating.” - Jim Baucom
On April 22, Landmark College will host events to honor the history of Learning Disabilities and the progress made during the past fifty years including:
- 11:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. Community Project (Dining Hall)
- 12:30 p.m. Alumni Keith Promisel Speaks – Remembering the Beginning (Dining Hall )
- 7 p.m. Jim Baucom Presents – Learning Disability the History of Understanding (Brooks M. O’Brien Theater in East Academic Building)
We encourage those not able to join us on campus to participate in the LD Pride Day celebration via our social media pages. Post a picture on the Landmark College or Landmark College Alumni Facebook page holding a sign acknowledging your LD Pride. Follow us on Twitter @LandmarkCollege.
This event is open to the public and we hope you'll be a part of the conversation taking place around Landmark College Campus. For more information about the event contact Tricia Stanley in the Office of Alumni Relations.