Broadway for Biden's Next Town Hall Features Discussion on Biden's Policies for People with Disabilities

The event will feature Christine Bruno, Sofiya Cheyenne, Gardiner Comfort, Ryan Haddad and Alexandria Wailes.

By: Oct. 14, 2020
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Broadway for Biden's Next Town Hall Features Discussion on Biden's Policies for People with Disabilities

Broadway for Biden's fifth Town Hall event, produced by the Broadway Podcast Network, will stream online this Saturday, October 17 at 2:00pm EST. Christine Bruno (Public Servant), Sofiya Cheyenne (Loudermilk), Gardiner Comfort (The Elephant in Every Room I Enter), Ryan Haddad (Hi, Are You Single?), and Alexandria Wailes (For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf) will join a discussion about the Biden campaign's policies for People with Disabilities, moderated by Jay O. Sanders (Girl from The North Country). Candace Broecker Penn and Lynnette Taylor will serve as ASL interpreters for the event. The filmed panel discussion will stream for free at BPN.FM/B4B at 2:00pm EST and will remain online.

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