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Naieer, one of the young adults profiled in the documentary, paints at the Henderson Inclusion School in Boston. (Courtesy)
Naieer, one of the young adults profiled in the documentary, paints at the Henderson Inclusion School in Boston. (Courtesy)
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A new documentary, "Intelligent Lives," challenges perceptions of intelligence in our society and questions what can really be determined about a person and their potential from intelligence testing.

The film profiles three young adults with intellectual disabilities navigating high school, college and the professional world.

Intelligent Lives will have its East Coast premiere as a part of the Independent Film Festival Boston

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Dan Habib, project director and filmmaker at the Institute on Disability at the University of New Hampshire. His latest film is "Intelligent Lives." He tweets @_danhabib.

This segment aired on April 24, 2018.

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