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Weaving Crip, Mad, Queer, Trans Dreams: Disability Justice for Our Futures and Our Freedom – Online Presentation
Speaker: Lydia X.Z. Brown, advocate, organizer, attorney, strategist, and writer whose work focuses on interpersonal and state violence against disabled people at the intersections of race, class, gender, sexuality, faith, language, and nation.
Advance Registration is needed. Registrants will receive a Zoom link one day prior to the event.
About the Talk
Disability Justice is a radically intersectional framework necessary to sharpen our political analysis, clarify our demands, and shape our everyday activism and organizing practice. Disability Justice offers radical and revolutionary ways of reimagining our relationships with ourselves, each other, and the communities where we live, work, and learn.
Disabled people at the margins of the margins have always been at the forefront of movements for justice and freedom, building networks of care and solidarity, and creating social and cultural transformations that enable us to experience rest and practice active love as co-teachers and co-learners.
This will be a fully online presentation. CART and ASL will be provided. If you need other accommodations, please indicate on the registration form.
Neurodivergent and Disabled Faculty and Staff Group; Disability Services Center; Office of the Provost; and Office of Equity, Inclusion, and Community Impact
Campus Watch Parties
- Lewiston Auburn Campus – LAC 104
- Gorham Campus – Bailey 319
- Portland – Luther Bonney 302
This live online presentation will also be recorded and available for on-demand viewing by the University community. Request the link on the registration form.
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