You’re invited to a screening of Sundance Channel’s ground-breaking series Push Girls.
Wright State University
Apollo Room, Student Union
March 10, 2014 at 3 p.m.
Push Girls is a half-hour long docu-series, tracing the lives of four dynamic, outspoken, and beautiful women who, by accident or illness, have been paralyzed from the neck or the waist down. Meet Tiphany Adams, one of the stars of the show. She’s visiting Wright State for a special episode screening and Q&A session, because of Wright State’s excellent record of serving students with disabilities. For more information, call Diana Riggs in the Office of Disability Services at 775-5680.
Tiphany Adams has turned tragedy into triumph. The star of the Sundance Channel’s Push Girls has been a paraplegic since a car crash at age 17. She has pushed forward, however, forging a fascinating career as an actress, model, fitness enthusiast, and compelling public speaker. Tiphany is a visible advocate for increased knowledge of ability awareness, drunk and distracted driving, LGBT and GSA, nutrition, wellness, and fitness. Join us for a screening of a Push Girls episode, followed by a Q&A session with Tiphany.