Radical changes require radical connections. Guided by the vision and work of the late Stacey Milbern, four powerful activists, researchers, artists, and educators from Disability Justice and Intersex Justice come together for a conversation about their work, our future, and what collective liberation looks like.
Carlos Rios-Espinosa (Mexico City: Disability advocate, senior researcher, Disability Rights Division, Human Rights Watch)
Koomah (Houston: artist, performer, filmmaker, educator, and legislative policy advisor)
Syrus Marcus Ware (Toronto: visual artist, community activist, researcher, and educator)
Sean Saifa Wall (Atlanta: artist and filmmaker, and public health researcher)
Moderated by Bianca I Laureano (Oakland: award-winning educator, curriculum writer, and sexologist).
This free event is hosted by AnteUP! and brought to you by the Crip Camp Impact Team and Human Rights Watch Film Festival, with support from Netflix.
Access information: this webinar will be presented with ASL (Deaf interpreters) and CART (English and Spanish). For other access questions contact firstname.lastname@example.org