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.
Part 1: What is Ableism? What is Disability?
Part 2: (Brief) History of Disability Activism & Disability Rights
Part 3: Creating Access & Universal Design
Part 4: Disability Justice, Access Intimacy & Care Webs
These sessions are offered once every semester, in October during the Fall, and March during the Spring. Stay tuned in February and September for the registration details.