Disability Justice 101

Disability justice is a multi-issue framework inextricably linked to our fights for reproductive, racial, gender, and economic justice, and queer and trans liberation. Disabled and chronically ill people have made critical interventions in our movement at every level, from informing how and why we create accessible spaces to reckoning with the reproductive rights movement's attachment to eugenics and ableism as political strategies. Join activist Dorian Taylor for an introduction to disability justice and exploration of its current and historical connections to reproductive health, rights, and justice work.


Time slot: 

Groups audience: