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Adventures on the Mobius Strip: Enabling Disability Worlds - Shared screen with speaker view
Christopher Leydon (he, him) CUNY SPS
39:20
Welcome, everyone. This event is sponsored by the CUNY SPS Disability and Access Coalition (DAC). More info on the CUNY School of Professional Studies website https://sps.cuny.edu/student-services/student-life/clubs-and-committees/disability-and-access-coalition ♿
Jamie Lerner-Brecher (she/her)
56:21
We will leave time for questions at the end of the presentation. If you have any questions, feel free to write them in the chat.
Faye Ginsburg
01:01:27
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N_I3PMB30b0
Burgandi Rakoska
01:03:27
Green Jacket taking every cake is a Mood.
Faye Ginsburg
01:03:46
Yes! And the Smirnoff!!
Christopher Leydon (he, him) CUNY SPS
01:04:21
As a native New Englander I appreciate their accents
Faye Ginsburg
01:04:32
Can you give a thumbs up when you are done?
Jamie Lerner-Brecher (she/her)
01:04:58
It has such a Jewish New York feel too!
Faye Ginsburg
01:05:00
TY!!
Christopher Leydon (he, him) CUNY SPS
01:10:14
Terrible flavor, too
Rayna Rapp
01:10:59
hilarious! good New England sensibility
Leonard Blades
01:28:37
I had Devva for Disability and Embodiment, she's wonderful!! I learned a lot
Louise Lamphere
01:34:15
This is Louise Lamphere— Sorry I have to leave
Rayna Rapp
01:34:32
Stay well, Louise!
Faye Ginsburg
01:34:33
Nice to see you Louise!!
Christopher Leydon (he, him) CUNY SPS
01:36:00
Q: I'm interested in hearing more about how the faculty endeavor of disability scholarship can change campus culture. How has your experience at NYU had an impact on accessibility on campus, inclusion of disabled students, and accessible pedagogy/UDL? What about your experience seems more or less specific to your field and institution?
Christopher Leydon (he, him) CUNY SPS
01:36:14
(I can speak)
Burgandi Rakoska
01:36:28
This was such a good presentation (well worth staying up until midnight in the UK!). Can you talk about how you incorporate intersectionality into your academic activism?
Burgandi Rakoska
01:37:32
^ Especially addressing the intersecting privileges/barriers that enable or hinder advocates.
Jamie Lerner-Brecher (she/her)
01:39:32
And snow removal on ramps first!
Burgandi Rakoska
01:40:02
Reminds me of the scene in the first episode of ABC’s Speechless where the mother goes off into an advocating rampage after finding out her son has to go up a garbage ramp.
Amanda Ramkishun
01:44:25
Mental health checks so important
Burgandi Rakoska
01:46:26
That’s perfect; thank you!
Burgandi Rakoska
01:48:45
Ironically JJ ends up at NYU in the end!
Burgandi Rakoska
01:50:04
My favorite part was when Jamie and I got locked out of the accessible door in the back of the building where we were going to advocate for disabled students.
Lauren Page
01:52:17
yes to this question!
Leonard Blades
01:54:37
I'm so glad I was able to log on for this, I have to get going, but thank you, this has been awesome 😊!! hope you all have a great evening 🙏
Jamie Lerner-Brecher (she/her)
01:54:46
Thanks for joining us, Leonard!
Faye Ginsburg
01:54:53
Thank you Leonard!
Veronica Wanzer
01:55:21
This Q & A has been amazing!
Leonard Blades
01:55:25
The pleasure was all mine, take care!
Jamie Lerner-Brecher (she/her)
01:55:43
CODA and Crip Camp
Kaci Conley
01:56:25
The Healing Powers of Dude was also a great show on Netflix!
Jamie Lerner-Brecher (she/her)
01:57:41
They’ve had The Last Leg as a regular segment for years with so many disabled comedians
Burgandi Rakoska
01:57:50
Sins Invalid is a great resource both for disability justice and for disability arts!
Christopher Leydon (he, him) CUNY SPS
01:58:00
^^^
Lauren Page
01:58:10
Game of Thrones has some great disabled actors and characters played by people with disabilities also
Faye Ginsburg
01:59:48
Oh yes!!
Christopher Leydon (he, him) CUNY SPS
02:00:59
Audio description is next on my menu
Faye Ginsburg
02:01:20
Yes! Audio description!!!
Veronica Wanzer
02:01:44
This was a great forum. Thank you!
Jenna Coplin
02:02:08
What a great event. Thank you.
Amanda Ramkishun
02:03:00
You both are incredibly wise, thoughtful, and extraordinary! Thank you Faye and Rayna for your advocacy, research, and empowerment today!
Faye Ginsburg
02:03:12
Thank you so much Amanda!!
Kaci Conley
02:03:14
Thank you so much!!!
Christopher Leydon (he, him) CUNY SPS
02:03:21
Thank you for the great presentation and conversation!
Burgandi Rakoska
02:03:29
Thank you, everyone!
Lauren Page
02:03:34
thank you very much!!!!
Pat Stein
02:03:54
thank you for this very informative presentation!
Christopher Leydon (he, him) CUNY SPS
02:04:03
And thanks to Parsh behind the scenes
Amanda Ramkishun
02:04:05
Thank you Jaime for all your hard work and efforts to organize this!