As We Are: Disability Justice and Collective Care Conference presented by the Portland Disability Justice Collective
From the event hosts:
Join us for As We Are: Disability Justice and Collective Care Conference. There will be 8 presenters over two days, ASL-English interpretation, CART, and more! Please let us know your access needs by registering as far in advance as possible. We will send a link to the webinar closer to the event date. If you need help completing this form, please email [email protected] OR call 971-325-5434 (Rebel Black, one of the organizers, will get back to you).
The first 20 disabled participants to register will receive a hospitality gift package.
The Conference is taking place September 12th and 13th, 2020 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. PST. Sessions will be 40 minutes long followed 10 minutes of question and answer and a 10 minute break.
Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha: Disability Justice 101
Galadriel Mozee: Black Lives Matter Memorial Garden
Koko Thomas: DeafBlind Cultures
Vo: Trauma Informed Care in Communities
Dorian Taylor: Anti-Black Roots of Mental Health Systems
Shilo George: Body Sovereignty
Nico Serra: Safer Protest Strategies
Kibler Hidalgo: Community Healing