This workshop will explore the history and current challenges of the disability rights movement, providing individuals with a larger context to consider when making decisions that impact people with disabilities. Participants will become more effective allies through learning practical ways to support the disability community at work and at home.
- Identify key moments in the history of the disability rights movement.
- Examine current challenges to the disability rights movement.
- Describe how disability rights intersect with other social justice movements, e.g., Black Lives Matter.
- Demonstrate ways to be an effective ally to the disability community.
? NOTE: This event is a virtual meeting. Please register to join us and the Zoom link and meeting ID information will be sent to you directly.
We will allow guests to enter the online meeting between 8 – 8:15 a.m. Guests will be able to connect with one another via the chat function to catch-up with other guests they know and introduce themselves to attendees that they don’t know.
We will begin introductions and announcements promptly at 8:15 a.m., with the presentation beginning shortly thereafter. The presentation will be approximately 60 minutes in length.
Speaker Biography :
? Olivia Mozzi has cerebral palsy and strives to be an ambassador of equal opportunity. She has presented about disability issues to school, church and corporate groups. Olivia is on the communications team at Riley Children’s Foundation and previously coordinated Camp Riley for Youth with Physical Disabilities. She graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Washington University in St. Louis.
Please reach out to [email protected] with any questions and requests for accommodations.
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