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Day 29 of 40 Day United States of Autism Movie Shoot

By July 21, 2010 2 Comments

After a few last minute cancellations from members of Congress, there was one Congressman brave enough to answer the call for families affected by autism, Dan Burton. The Congressman sat down with us and talked about autism and the future of the movement over the coming years. It was a great interview, and he was more than happy to help the cause.

Afterwards, we spent time at some of the major memorials getting b-roll footage. This included stops at the Lincoln Memorial, Korean War Memorial, World War II Memorial, and Vietnam Memorial. As you’ll see from the story, these cuts will have a major impact on the politics of DC and the power of the people to overcome their challenges.

We hope you enjoy some of the pictures. We love you all, and can’t wait to hear from you soon!

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  • I love these photos! I’ll be back in DC on Monday for the celebration at the White House commemorating the 20 yr anniversary of the signing of the American with Disabilities Act. Travel safe… 11days to go!

  • Evelyn says:

    Wow, stunning pictures…I’m so glad you were able to visit with Dan Burton as well. Great job…y’all are almost done!!

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