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All posts by Lawrence Carter-Long

Lawrence Carter-Long's lifetime of advocacy combines a unique blend of the arts, public policy, and popular culture. A recognized authority on the history and changing face of disability in film and TV (and how media representation intersects with and helps shapes society), he has provided feedback, guidance and curated or consulted on projects for the National Endowment for the Arts, NPR, PBS, the BBC, Turner Classic Movies, and the American Film Institute among others notable initials that Non-Disclosure Agreements don't allow us to mention, and has lectured on disability history and media representation at the Library of Congress, the Whitney Museum of Modern Art, and the United Nations.


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