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Video Interview with Marcus

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Did you catch this on Meriah Nichols' blog? Marcus is part of a great series call "Voices from the Disability Community" As an ally, I learn so much from these, and we're delighted Marcus was invited to partake. Voices From The Disability Community: Marcus Sikora Marcus Sikora is the first Voice interview via video! Like a lot of other things he does, he’s breaking ground here. Check it out here: http://bit.ly/2yhhLkK  

Actor, Singer, PB&J Connoisseur – Introducing 2017 Be Beautiful Be Yourself Ambassador: Marcus Sikora

In the News|

From the Global Down Syndrome Foundation official release: As an author, singer, actor and self-advocate, Marcus Sikora has already accomplished more in his life than most other 26-year-olds. Now he’s gathering yet another accomplishment as the 2017 Be Beautiful Be Yourself Ambassador. When it comes to describing the Nebraska native, many people tend to use the word creative. The description aligns perfectly with Marcus’ ambitions, in 2015 he released his first animated short and children’s book Black Day: The Monster Rock Band to wildly positive reviews. “I’ve always liked

Marcus’ Interview with SCOPE Across the Pond

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This interview is one of my favorites that Marcus has done. Author with Down’s Syndrome talks about his first book You may notice the apostrophe. This group is across the pond. So Marcus and I sat at the bar and sent the answers vie email. Isn't technology cool? Marcus Sikora, who is 25, has just published his first book for children: Black Day: The Monster Rock Band. We caught up with Marcus and his mother, Mardra who collaborated with him on the project, to find out more. Brad is a paper boy

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Video Interview with Marcus

Did you catch this on Meriah Nichols' blog? Marcus is part of a great series call "Voices from the Disability Community" As an ally, I learn so much from these, and we're delighted Marcus was invited to partake. Voices From The Disability Community: Marcus Sikora Marcus Sikora is the first Voice interview via video! Like a lot of other things he does, he’s breaking ground here. Check it out here: http://bit.ly/2yhhLkK  

By | September 17th, 2017|Categories: In the News|Tags: , |0 Comments

Actor, Singer, PB&J Connoisseur – Introducing 2017 Be Beautiful Be Yourself Ambassador: Marcus Sikora

From the Global Down Syndrome Foundation official release: As an author, singer, actor and self-advocate, Marcus Sikora has already accomplished more in his life than most other 26-year-olds. Now he’s gathering yet another accomplishment as the 2017 Be Beautiful Be Yourself Ambassador. When it comes to describing the Nebraska native, many people tend to use the word creative. The description aligns perfectly with Marcus’ ambitions, in 2015 he released his first animated short and children’s book Black Day: The Monster Rock Band to wildly positive reviews. “I’ve always liked to make stories,” Marcus said. “One day, I had an idea

By | September 16th, 2017|Categories: In the News|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Marcus’ Interview with SCOPE Across the Pond

This interview is one of my favorites that Marcus has done. Author with Down’s Syndrome talks about his first book You may notice the apostrophe. This group is across the pond. So Marcus and I sat at the bar and sent the answers vie email. Isn't technology cool? Marcus Sikora, who is 25, has just published his first book for children: Black Day: The Monster Rock Band. We caught up with Marcus and his mother, Mardra who collaborated with him on the project, to find out more. Brad is a paper boy who wants to be a rock star, so when he discovers

By | September 16th, 2017|Categories: In the News|Tags: , , |0 Comments

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IA-APSE Employment Summit

September 20 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Monster Black Day Bash at the Bookworm!

October 28 @ 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm

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