CSJ 101: Disability Justice at UMBC + Beyond
Learn about disability justice + how to get involved!
Monday, September 27, 2021 · 1 - 2 PM
Reposted from our partners from the Women's Center. Original Post to RSVP can be found here.
Take part in the first event of Critical Social Justice 2021-2022 and learn more about the disability justice movement. In this virtual event, we will learn about the history of disability rights in the US, the fundamental principles of disability justice, where the movement is today, and what disability justice looks like/can look like at UMBC. Regardless of your knowledge level or experience level, all are welcome to join in on this introductory conversation.
This year, CSJ: Disability Justice + Access Matters invites our campus community to learn from a perspective of disability justice so that we can continue to make space for everybody and every body now and in the future. Learn more about the Critical Social Justice: Disability Justice + Access Matters theme here. For more information about upcoming events or to inquire about collaboration, please email the Women’s Center at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This discussion group will be hosted through Google Meet. If this platform presents accessibility challenges for you, please be in touch so we can consult on the best ways to make this experience accessible for you.
CSJ 101: Disability Justice at UMBC and Beyond
Monday, September 27 · 1:00 – 2:00pm
Google Meet joining info
Video call link: https://meet.google.com/aud-jwnx-qvu
Or dial: (US) +1 419-702-0980 PIN: 419 177 557#
Please note: UMBC is committed to creating an accessible and inclusive environment for all students, staff, faculty, and visitors. If you have difficulties accessing any of the materials on our site or any of our events or discussions, please contact us so that we can provide an alternative format and/or remedy any accessibility challenges.
Co-sponsored by the Dresher Center for the Humanities, the Center for Social Science Scholarship, and the Initiatives for Identity, Inclusion, and Belonging.