2012 Having Our Voices Heard, African American Women Who Stutter Project

Having Our Voices Heard is a Conference For African-Americans Who Stutter and will be a ground breaking nationally focused event.

The African-American Women Who Stutter Project was birthed in 2008 out of the Women’s Empowerment Support Group. Its focus  is centered on actions which will provide African-American women who stutter the opportunity to improve their quality of life, as they embrace this disability which carries a dreadful social stigma. In order for this project to accomplish its mission the gathering, documentation and dissimulation of information on African-American women who stutter is absolutely necessary. A questionnaire has been designed to meet this mandate. It is imperative that all African-American women who stutter complete this questionnaire.

Who should attend this conference?

  • African-American men and women who stutter
  • Clergy
  • Educators
  • Healthcare providers
  • Human Service Providers
  • Psychologists
  • Social Workers
  • Sociologists
  • Speech Pathologists
  • Journalists and others who desire to gain insight on this often misunderstood disability

For additional information about the African American Women Who Stutter Project, contact us at aawwsp@cclemmonscenter.org

Link to the website here.

Other conference documents

AAWWS Registration Form 2012 – Mail-In

AAWWS Accommodations Flyer 1-26-12

AAWWS Transportation To Conference Site

AAWWS 2012 Conference Flyer 03-05-12

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