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Winter Book Club, Feb 21
Friday, Feb 21, 1:00-2:30pm, in Miller 112A. Book: Don't Call Me Inspirational: A Disabled Feminist Talks Back – by Harilyn Rousso.
Join us for the Disability Studies Program Quarterly Book Club! Harilyn Rousso's memoir speaks to the her experience as a disability activist, feminist, psychotherapist, and painter. The book is available in hard copy, kindle and paperback. There is one copy available to read in the D Center (024 Mary Gates Hall). There are a few discounted copies available to students who participate in the book club. Please contact Joanne Woiak (email@example.com).
Our discussion prepares us for the Disability Studies Program Book Event - a reading by the author, Harilyn Rousso onThursday 2/27, 6-7:30, Odegaard 220.
Please email Anne Crylen (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions or requested accommodations including CART provider and/or sign language interpreter for the book club.