october, 2018

18oct12:30 pm2:30 pmDisability Justice in Activism & Organizing

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Event Details

The Critical Disability Studies Collective Presents:
Disability Justice in Activism & Organizing: Local Action to Statewide Change – A Panel Discussion.

PANELISTS INCLUDE:
Rick Cardenas / Longtime local disability activist and organizer currently working with the the ReConnect Rondo Project.

Mai Thor / Civic Engagement Coordinator at the Minnesota Department of Human Rights.

Octavian E. Robinson / Professor of ASL, Interpreting Studies, and Communications Equity at St. Catherine University.

Nikki Villivicencio-Tollison / Current Candidate for Maplewood City Council and Disability Rights Activist.

Panel Moderated by Jay Wilson / Senior Access Consultant at the Disability Resource Center at the University of Minnesota.

Light Refreshments Provided.

This event will be ASL-interpreted. Please let us know if you plan to attend and will be using interpreting so that we can make sure to meet your needs! Email us at CDSCol@umn.edu to coordinate access needs & accommodations.

Time

(Thursday) 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Location

Nolte Center

14 Church Street Southeast, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455

Organizer

Critical Disability Studies Collective - UMN

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