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Leaving No Body Behind: Accessibility as a Practice of Revolutionary...


Leaving No Body Behind: Accessibility as a Practice of Revolutionary...

People with disabilities make up 19% of the US population, and are impacted disproportionately by racism, sexism, classism and other forms of oppression. Disabled people live every day in systems not designed for vibrant bodyminds, and we know because of this disabled people have a lot to offer our collective understanding of what a revolutionary future looks like. Join us for this introduction to accessible organizing and being an accomplice to people with disabilities. We will talk about how ableism impacts our organizing cultures, give a skillshare on how to facilitate accessible spaces and marches, and dream together what cripping our movements would do. Everyone welcome.

If you need special accommodations (ADA accessibility, interpretation, etc.), please email Y29udGFjdCB8IHdvbWVuc21hcmNob2FrbGFuZCAhIG9yZw== by March 1.

Tara Ayres is a disability rights activist and a member of the core organizing team for the Oakland Women's March.

Stacey Milbern is a disability justice organizer living and loving in Oakland, CA.

Map Sports Basement Berkeley, 2727 Milvia Street, Berkeley, California 94703, California, United States
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