Across the globe, there has been increasing acknowledgment of injustices such as health inequities, racism and the vital changes needed to address these disparities. One such group often left out of the equity, diversity and inclusion focus is people with disabilities. In this panel discussion, panelists shared advice and insight into their intersectional identities and experiences to help us learn how to develop a culture in which individuals are empowered to speak out and ultimately add to efforts that move our campus forward toward greater accessibility for all.
Find the full event transcript and links to resources here.
Each month, Reframing the Conversation brings together experts from across campus and the community to spark important conversations around racism, othering and safety. The next event on Jan. 20, 2021, is titled, “Good Trouble & the Red Line.”