Here is our Ableism 101 Schedule for the Spring 2023 Semester!
Ableism 101 is a four part workshop series by the Disability Cultural Center aimed at providing base knowledge about disability identity, culture and activism. Through the following workshops participants will learn about ableist terminology, microaggressions, disability activism history, how to create accessible spaces and events, and about the roots of disability justice work.
The Ableism 101 Workshop series consists of four 1-hour workshops all on Mondays from 12-1:30pm in the Disability Cultural Center (DCC) located in Highland Commons Room D217 and via zoom Monday evenings from 5:30 - 7pm.
Part 1: March 13: What is Ableism? What is Disability?
Part 2: March 20: (Brief) History of Disability Activism & Disability Rights
Part 3: March 27: Creating Access & Universal Design
Part 4: April 3: Disability Justice, Access Intimacy & Care Webs
Register at: bit.ly/Ableism23
Participants will need to RSVP for all four 1-hour sessions to complete the workshop.
If you have any questions contact Dani Lucchese email@example.com
Image description: A blue background with white lettering. The words "Ableism 101 Series" are in white bold text with smaller white text underneath reading "Spring 2023: 90 minute 4-part workshops on zoom and in-person." In sea-foam green, the words "At the DCC: 12:00 - 1:30pm AZ Time, on Zoom: 5:30 - 7:00pm AZ Time." The four sessions are written out in white as follows:
March 13th, Part 1: What is Ableism? What is Disability?
March 20th, Part 2: (Brief) History of Disability Activism & Disability Rights
March 27th, Part 3: Creating Access & Universal Design
April 3rd, Part 4: Disability Justice, Access Intimacy & Care Webs
In small seafoam green text, underneath the sessions, the words "Open to the public and campus community! Certificates available upon completion of all sessions" are written out.
registration link: bit.ly/Ableism23
Written in small, white text in the lower left-hand corner is "Access Information: All materials will be accessible to participants. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to request CART, ASL interpreting, or for additional access needs. In the right-hand corner is a block style letter A in red, white and blue with the words "University of Arizona Disability Cultural Center"