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InStyle May 2016: The Future is NOW!

May 01, 2016 Genevieve Clay-Smith can see no reason why people's opportunities should be limited by factors beyond their control. “People with disabilities really lack points of access to employment of choice,” she explains. “It's pretty unfair that if you're born a certain way, and society has stigmas about you, you won't be able to go into an industry that you’re interested in.”

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GENEVIEVE CLAY-SMITH
Co-founder, Bus Stop Films

Genevieve Clay-Smith’s 2009 Tropfest-winning film, Be My Brother, about a young man with Down Syndrome, not only featured an actor with a disability in the lead role, but also had young people with disabilities as part of the crew. The success of that project was the inspiration behind Bus Stop Films.

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