Oct 17 2020

Dialogue: Disability and Access in Movement Building

October 17, 2020

3:00 PM - 4:00 PM

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Chicago, IL 60612

Dialogue: Disability and Access in Movement Building is a panel discussion facilitated by Queer and Trans activists and artists of color with disabilities. The panelists share honest takes on their real-life experiences in navigating organizing spaces in relation to disability and access, as well as the creative practices they have developed to address those issues.
3-4pm CDT
Watch on Youtube: go.uic.edu/DialogueDAMB
Michelle Zacarias
Vita Eya Cleveland
Noah Ohashi
Bria Royal
Terri Lynne Hudson
ASL Interpretation and Captioning Provided. For any other access requests, contact dcc@uic.edu or 312-355-7050.
Sponsored by UIC Disability Cultural Center with co-sponsorship from the Jane Addams Hull House and Gender and Sexuality Center
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**Companion Workshop, 10/28**
The workshop, “Work-in-progress: Disability and Access in Movement Building,” will invite participants to a critical thinking process through interactive activities and discussions on collectively envisioning disability solidarity in organizing practices. During the session, the participants will be able to reflect on their own practices, explore the connections between their works and disability justice, and learn about collaborative processes for mapping access. Check out the Facebook event page for more information:




Date posted

Sep 23, 2020

Date updated

Sep 23, 2020