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Join the convo: DOnetwork Twitter Chat 8/15

August 8, 2018

Graphic with white background and text that reads DO Network Twitter Chat in partnership with the Disability Visibility Project® - California Disability Issues and Organizing Strategies, August 15, 2018, 3-4 pm Pacific, For more: Above is a blue bird icon for Twitter with a speech bubble with an icon of person in a wheelchair and an illustration of the bear on the California Flag with a speech bubble of a hashtag. Below is #DONetwork

Reminder, the Disability Organizing (DO) Network and the Disability Visibility Project® are hosting a series of Twitter chats for Californians with disabilities about civic participation, community organizing, and disability rights.

Join us for our first Twitter chat about current disability issues on Wednesday, August 15, 2018, 3-4 pm Pacific.


  1. Follow @DOnetworkorg and @DisVisibility for the latest information about the chat.

  2. At the time of the chat, click on the 'Latest' tab for the hashtag #DOnetwork. This will show you the questions and everyone's responses in real time.
    Check @DisVisibility's account every 5-6 minutes for the next question.

  3. Be sure to respond to questions specifically. For example, if you're answering question 1 or Q1, respond with A1 before you include your text. (And please be sure to use #DOnetwork or we won't be able to track your response.)


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Welcome to the Disability Organizing Network (DOnetwork) website! The DOnetwork calls to action the California Disability Communities and allies, through community organizing, advocacy, education, leadership development and coalition building to effect systems change in local, state and national issues.

The CFILC Disability Organizing Network is a statewide disability advocacy network of 28 Independent Living Centers and the communities they serve. In each center there is a full time staff person devoted to increasing civic participation through community organizing, education and advocacy around issues that affect the Disability Communities.