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To get involved with Access, contact Task Force liaison and Vice President of Action's Board of Directors,

Glenn Ashley

Access Task Force


Seeking Persons with Disabilities to be Local Leaders

Fighting for Social Justice


Action's Accessibility Task Force is working to make Lansing a more accessible environment.  It is also working on developing an Inclusion Training to help local businesses and churches understand the importance of inclusion while supporting their intentional actions toward that.


Opportunities range from taking lead on projects as part of the Action board and task forces, doing event planning, recruiting others, acting as congregation representation, helping with social media activities, advocating for rights at public assemblies and rallies, promoting and expanding the YouTube Can Graduate program, and representing Action at local and national leadership trainings.

Access Task Force meetings are open to all and occur on the 4th Tuesday of the month, 10:30 am - 12:00 pm at Disability Network Capital Area (901 E. Mt. Hope Ave. Lansing, MI). 

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