Disability-rights activist Donna Thomson to visit McGill

Author Donna Thomson will read from her book, “The Four Walls of My Freedom,” at McGill University on Wednesday, October 20. In this book, Donna Thomson, wife of the Canadian High Commissioner to Britain and disability-rights activist, offers vivid descriptions of her own experience in treading delicately through daily care, medical emergencies and the medical bureaucracy as she and her family cope with her son Nicholas’ cerebral palsy.

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Read more about Donna Thomson and “The Four Walls of my Freedom” in this Globe and Mail article.