Nancy E Hansen, PhD,
Interdisciplinary Master's Program,Disability Studies
Accessibility is not an optics issue or a choice it is a necessity
If you say I have special needs ... then just say the word disabled. Euphemisms only fuel ableism. Disability is not a dirty word. Haben Girma
True Inclusion moves at the speed of trust. Atif Choudhury
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University of Manitoba, Winnipeg,
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Chapter 18: DisAppearing Disability: Disability MAiD Invisible, by Nancy Hansen
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Sent: Tuesday, August 15, 2023 8:06 PM
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Subject: Invitation - Rethinking Crip Ecologies: A Disability and MAD Artists Panel
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The School of Disability Studies at Toronto Metropolitan University (TMU) and Art Windsor-Essex (AWE) invite you to a free online public webinar:
Rethinking Crip Ecologies: A Disability and MAD Artists Panel
On Wednesday, August 23rd, from 6:00 - 7:30pm EST, featuring artists Pree Rehal (They/Them), Max Ferguson (He/They), Carmen Pappalia (He/Him) and Ezra Benus (He/Him).
Join us for a thought-provoking virtual panel on Disability and Mad Artists/Crip Ecologies. As part of our collaboration with Art Windsor-Essex (AWE) on the BioCurious exhibition, we invite you to explore the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change on our world and existence. Engage with our esteemed panellists, participate in a Q&A session, and gain insights into their artistic practices. Don't miss this opportunity to be part of a meaningful conversation.
ACCESS: There will be ASL-English interpretation and live captioning at this event.
Please contact Darren Creech (firstname.lastname@example.org) for access inquiries.
TO REGISTER: To register for the event and receive the Zoom link, please visit:
TMU students organized this event as part of DST 614: Community, Access and Technology, a workplace-integrated learning course offered through the School of Disability Studies.
This event is supported by the School of Disability Studies at TMU, Faculty of Community Services at TMU, Art Windsor-Essex, and Co-operative Education and Work-Integrated Learning Canada (CEWIL Canada).
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