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Rainbow watercolors behind block of text with Starkloff Disability Institute, the workforce, workplace disability advisor, ADA 30 event series. Black Disabled Lives Matter: An Intimate View from Self-Advocates in Our Community In partnership with DAP
Black Disabled Lives Matter (Part 2): An Intimate View from Self-Advocates in Our Community
A panel of Starkloff Career Academy Graduates will discuss their experiences of being Black and Disabled in St. Louis.

This two-part series will help the audience develop an understanding of how multiple identities – such as disability, race and gender expression – intersect to shape a person’s experience within the structures and systems of our society as well as within each of these communities.

Audience members will learn to identify the power they hold in the workplace and community as well as actions they can take to be in solidarity with others. Participants will find resources for developing skills around identifying and challenging their own implicit biases.

Presented in partnership with Diversity Awareness Partnership.

Jul 24, 2020 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Brandon Morris
Founder @Brother's Keeper SCI
Barbara Labinjo
Employment Specialist @AARP Foundation
Sharon Lyons
Intake Coordinator and Receptionist @Arch City Defenders
Sharon was born and raised in St. Louis and joined Arch City Defenders (ACD) in April of 2019 because she wanted to work for an organization that provides direct services for African Americans in need. Sharon currently processes phone calls and intake applications for services. Before ACD, she spent 11 years working for the federal government and 14 years working for a mental health nonprofit.