Beginning Winter 2020, the Disability Inclusion Lab will explore the often overlooked intersection of disability and race by investigating mechanisms and systems that shape race, ableism, and dominant/non-dominant power dynamics. We will explore this important theme through group discussions, events, speakers, symposia, and reading groups. Through these collaborative activities, we aim to develop and advance an action agenda.

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Join Us for a Discussion on Critical Race Theory and Disability Theory.  The discussion will be focused on a paper-in-progress called Critical Race/Disability Theory: An Introduction and Roadmap authored by Beth Ribet (Repair), Jyoti Nanda (Golden Gate University School of Law), and Kaaryn Gustafson (UC Irvine School of Law).

The program will also include commentary from: Juliann Anesi (UCLA), Rabia Belt (Stanford Law), and Camille Nelson (American University)

Tuesday, February 11, 2020 4-6pm
UCLA School of Law, Room 1314
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