Opening Wednesday, October 28th, from 6PM - 8PM
Jane Addams Hull-House Museum has partnered with UIC Disability Cultural Center to continue celebrating activism. Join us for Disability and Access in Movement Building.
The workshop, “Work-in-progress: Disability and Access in Movement Building,” will invite participants to a critical thinking process through interactive activities and discussions on collectively envisioning disability solidarity in organizing practices.
During the session, the participants will be able to reflect on their own practices, explore the connections between their work and disability justice, and learn about collaborative processes for mapping access.
Facilitated by Euree Kim.
Image description: A thick curvy aqua line winds across a coral pink background, fading to light yellow at the right. The title appears in light yellow text with shadowing, and other text is in black. A small black sign post with arrows in two directions sits on the line. To the right, black and white photos of a tall upside-down cactus and an open flower sit behind the line. At the bottom are logos for the co-sponsors, Jane Addams Hull-House Museum and UIC Gender and Sexuality Center.
Live captions will be provided. For ASL or any other access requests, make a note on your registration form, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or 312-355-7050.
Sponsored by UIC Disability Cultural Center with co-sponsorship from Jane Addams Hull-House Museum and UIC Gender and Sexuality Center.
Work-in-Progress is a companion event to Dialogue: Disability and Access in Movement Building, a panel discussion on October 17, 2020. For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/events/1450759415313587
Learn more about Chicago’s legacy of activism led by queer and Black, Indigenous, and communities of color in True Peace: the Presence of Justice.