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Cripping Intersectionality: Neurodiversity & Disability Justice

  • Markim Hall Macalester 1595 Grand Avenue Saint Paul, MN, 55105 United States (map)

Event description:
Our bodies are sick, disabled, mad, wobbly, flappy. We are
everywhere, working, loving, playing, laboring for
liberation, yearning for community. Yet even the most
radical and revolutionary movements constantly erase
our labor and our existence, writing us out of our own
communities ― especially at intersections of race, gender,
and class. Disabled people's cultural work, community
building, and leadership offer necessary interventions for
liberation work grounded in intersectional theory and practice.

ASL interpreted event ! site is wheelchair accessible ! no scented products, please ! for other access needs, complete this request form or contact ostrove@macalester.edu
CO-SPONSORED BY WOMEN’S GENDER & SEXUALITY STUDIES, DISABILITY SERVICES, THE DEPARTMENT OF MULTICULTURAL LIFE, THE KOFI ANNAN INSTITUTE FOR GLOBAL CITIZENSHIP, AMERICAN STUDIES

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