Integrating Disability Studies into the Curriculum of the School of Social Work: Where are we now?
Sustainability & Disability Justice workshop, June 4, 5:30, MGH 024
This D Center event is free and open to the public! Sustainability at the Intersections: Collective Access, the State, and Disability Justice, June 4, 5:30-7:30pm
Sustainability at the Intersections: Collective Access, the State, and Disability Justice
With Seema Bahl and ET Russian – Co-founders of the Seattle Disability Justice Collective
WHEN: Wednesday June 4th, 2014
WHERE: D Center (Mary Gates Hall, room 024)
TIME: 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Come to the D Center for this workshop, where we will brainstorm and unpack issues affecting those that represent multiple marginalities as they interact with the state and their own communities. We will also explore the following question: how can the disability justice movement think about sustainability in its communities and as part of a larger transformative social justice movement?
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