Disability Connection announces four-year project, MS Coast Heritage Information Center

disability connection MS Coast Heritage Information Center

 

Disability Connection (DC) is now announcing the MS Coast Heritage Information Center at www.DisabilityConnection.org, a four-year project for the MS Coast National Heritage Area. The MS Coast Heritage Area is administered locally through the MS Department of Marine Resources.

You can view an overview of the project here.

The MS Coast Heritage Information Center promotes the heritage areas of South Mississippi by educating and connecting the public to the cultural, historical, recreational, and scenic resources.



 

It hosts the stories of the people: their cultural and ethnic heritages, their industries, churches, traditions, foods, festivals, and events that are still present to enjoy today. The Center connects people to their roots and celebrates diversity.

 

 

 

 

The Center has information for individuals to plan their travels: 3 Film Documentaries, 41 Heritage Moments (films), and over 160 pages of information on the places and people what are part of our heritage. This also include places to visit that are barrier-fee, and special accommodations have been added for travelers with disabilities. Films that have been produced by Disability Connection in partnership with Walt Grayson feature  a state-wide host of Mississippi Roads.

Disability Connection (DC) thanks community leadership for its continued support, for helping to strengthen the state’s cultural, historical, and natural resources.

 


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