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From the Editor's Desk: Marching to the Beat


March has been a month when several news stories that involve people with disabilities and dance have caught my eye. Dancing with the Stars, the ABC hit competition show that pairs professional ballroom dancers with celebrities, has recently announced that Marlee Matlin, an actress with a hearing impairment, will be joining the cast. In addition, a Youtube clip featuring a dance performance by a young man and woman, both with amputations, has been making waves on the Internet. Check out this touching and beautiful story and performance in this month's Physical Activity in the News section below, as well as find out how to locate an AXIS integrated dance company performance in your area.

Send your questions and comments to Blythe Hiss, NCHPAD News Editor, at sbonne2@uic.edu.

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