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Cassandra Kubinski to Launch New Video 'Not So Different' with Concert for Autism Awareness Month, 4/6

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Cassandra Kubinski to Launch New Video 'Not So Different' with Concert for Autism Awareness Month, 4/6

As part of Autism Awareness Month, Cassandra Kubinski will launch her newest video "Not So Different," with a family friendly concert at St. John's Lutheran Church (81 Christopher St, NYC) on Sunday, April 6 at 6PM. Tickets are FREE but donations will be accepted for Autism related charities, this event's featured charity is Music For Autism ( The evening will consist of a screening of "Not So Different" and Q&A with the creators, followed by a short concert with singer/songwriter Cassandra Kibinski.

The song "Not So Different" was created out of a need for a rally cry for autism. Vanessa Ticona, a mother of two young boys on the autism spectrum, approached friend, singer /songwriter Cassandra Kubinski to add her voice to the movement by creating a song for her upcoming charity walk. The result was "Not So Different". Since its creation, "Not So Different" has been downloaded, shared, and used as music background to personal videos to help raise money for autism programs, services and research.

Kubinski's "Not So Different" is meant to foster acceptance and understanding. As the song says, "It takes every color on the spectrum to make the world so speaks in a million ways." Ultimately, it's about understanding that everyone wants the same things: to love and be loved without being judged or changed.

This past January, the "Not So Different" video, produced by Daniel Neiden, was shot entirely in NYC by filmmaker Nick Lopez. Featuring children on and off the spectrum as well as Real Housewives of NJ's Jacqueline Laurita, NY1's Cheryl Wills and actor Jay O. Sanders, the video brings a diverse community together, celebrating each individual within it. The goal of the Not So Different Project is to raise one dollar per child diagnosed with autism, which is $2 million dollars in one year. The song is available for download and sharing and local organizations are encouraged to use this song to showcase their cause via crowd funding sites or live events (walks, chorales, concerts, etc.).

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