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Tony Award Winner Ali Stroker’s Message to Anyone with Challenges

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The Neurodiversity News Show, hosted by the Different Brains Inc. interns. Today’s host: Derek Dunston

(3min 34sec) In this episode: Joe Namath discusses addiction, the San Francisco 49ers volunteer at a football camp for those with Down syndrome, Broadway star Ali Stroker makes history and inspires those with disabilities in the process, and more!  

[00:11] To kick things off, Al Roker discusses his son’s success in the Special Olympics on the Today Show. Click here for the full story and video

[00:45] Next up, Hall of Fame NFL Quarterback Joe Namath discusses addiction in an interview with ESPN’s Mike Greenberg. Click here for the full story and video

[01:21] In more football news, players and coaches from the San Francisco 49ers volunteers at a football camp for athletes with Down syndrome. Click here for the full story and video

[01:59] Next up, a Colorado man helped a young man with cerebral palsy and Hydrocephalus complete the Revel in the Rockies Half Marathon. Click here for the full story and video

[02:28] And finally, Broadway star Ali Stroker became the first performer in a chair to win a Tony Award, and followed it up with an inspirational speech! Click here for the full story and video