CANCELLED: #SayTheWord: The Politics of Language and Disability

Location 
Academic Innovation Studio, Dwinelle 117 (Level D)
Date 
November 14, 2018
Time 
12pm - 1pm

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED 

In response to concerns about the health impacts of the air quality in Berkeley, and mindful that people with disabilities in our community are disproportionately impacted by the current air conditions, we have decided to cancel the Nov. 14 event sponsored by the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society: "#SaytheWord: The Politics of Language and Disability." 

 

 

Event FlyerA CONVERSATION WITH LAWRENCE CARTER-LONG & MIA MINGUS

Lawrence Carter-Long is an artist, activist, and media enthusiast. His interview with NPR about the evolution of disability as a concept, and in language, is available at: https://goo.gl/YLNuuW  

Mia Mingus is a writer, public speaker, community educator and organizer working for disability justice and transformative justice. Her writings can be found at leaving evidence.wordpress.com.

Moderated By: Arlene Mayerson

Arlene is DREDF’s directing attorney. Arlene has been crafting disability law and policy though legislation, litigation, writing and teaching for 40 years, including grappling with changing the concept of disability from social welfare to civil rights.

 

 

FREE & OPEN TO PUBLIC • WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE • ASL INTERPRETATION & CART CAPTIONING WILL BE PROVIDED • PLEASE REFRAIN FROM WEARING SCENTED PRODUCTS