Jubilee’s First 45 Years Mirror Societal Progress “Violence besets home” read a 1978 Washington Post headline read after Jubilee opened its first group home. Gunshots were fired through the window. A burning rag was thrown into the garage. Yet Jubilee’s founders persisted. They were motivated by the growing civil rights movement for people with disabilities and a better understanding of… Read More »
New Connections Newsletter Highlights Organization History | Timeline Brings History to Life Celebrate 45 years of Jubilee with this fascinating dive into the organization’s history in the special anniversary edition of our Connections newsletter. Enjoy Jubilee’s new timeline that brings the modern history of the organization and disability civil rights movement to life. In the 45 years since Jubilee’s founding,… Read More »
We’re celebrating Jubilee’s 45th anniversary all year long! The festivities kick-off with a t-shirt design contest. Vote for your favorite t-shirt design by May 16. View and vote for your favorite design at the Jubilee office in Kensington. For more details contact Julia McCune, Director of Community Engagement at email@example.com.