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When the Community Access Project of Somerville attempted to mitigate the City of Somerville's discriminatory planning for an inaccessible "Art on Emotion"exhibit and affiliated programs, we received a lovely response from the Somerville staffer directing the Suicide Prevention and Youth Program. However, she gave us incorrect information, possibly as a result of the Somerville Museum Director's falsehood. She said that the Museum was "seeking matching funds," as though this was to help with the accessibility barriers.
This letter and responses shows the good faith effort made by CAPS to help the Somerville Health Department's Art on Emotion program become integrated, accessible and equally provided to ALL residents.
Ignoring this good-faith effort, the City of Somerville decided to hold this program in a wholly discriminatory manner, from September 26 through December 17, 2010, at the inaccessible Somerville Museum.
SEE also: http://www.flickr.com/photos/artsnsociety/5267482288/in/photostream/