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Join Mobility International USA on Thursday, May 15 for an evening of activism, partnerships and peace as we welcome 15 women activists with and without disabilities to Eugene. We will also hear from these activists about the challenges and accomplishments in working for women's issue in Pakistan. The evening will include:

* Live music

* Hors d’oeuvres and desserts

* Translated into three languages including Urdu, American Sign Language, and Deaf intepreted

MIUSA participant from Nigeria with Eugene host mother

Open Your Door for an International Exchange Student with a Disability

When Marlon Celso first came to the United States, he had never met anyone who shared his disability. Celso, a high school exchange student from the Philippines, has dwarfism.

“I used to be scared or ashamed to talk about my disability,” he says. “Everything changed when I found out that my host parents are ‘little people,’ as they say. They taught me a lot of things about being a Little Person. It opened my mind and it also changed the way I look at myself. I know that what I have learned from them will be a very big help for me.”