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You should have already seen the invitation below. We wanted to make sure we flagged it for you and hope you can attend.


In honor of National Disability Employment Awareness Month (NDEAM):

Bottom Dollars Screening and Panel Discussion

in cooperation with the Office of Representative Mark DeSaulnier and the Bipartisan Disabilities Caucus, the

National Disability Rights Network invites you to a short panel discussion and a screening of the documentary film, Bottom Dollars.



Tuesday, October 24, 2017 at 2:00 pm.



Capitol Visitors Center

HVC 201

First Street, NE

Washington, DC 20515


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About the film

When the Fair Labor Standards Act passed in 1938, it included a revolutionary civil rights protection: a minimum wage. American workers could no longer be exploited for their hard work – with one huge exception. Section 14(c) of the Act included an exemption
allowing some workers, people with disabilities, to be paid less than minimum wage.

78 years later, 14(c) remains in effect. Now, nearly 250,000 people are legally paid less than the minimum wage, on average, less than $2 an hour. Bottom Dollars is an hour long documentary that exposes the exploitation of people with disabilities through personal
stories and expert interviews. It also presents clear employment alternatives with competitive wages and community inclusion.


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