Follow this link to register: https://www.surjbayarea.org/events/spill-the-disabili-tea-a-disability-justice-workshop_2021_03_20
What is Disability Justice? People often express feeling intimidated and ill-equipped to unpack what we’ve been taught about disability, and how to support and advocate for disabled people in our everyday lives. This workshop is a fabulous opportunity for you to dive into the magic of disability justice with SURJ and Alex Locust at the helm.
With “Spill the Disabili-Tea™”, Alex will be facilitating an interactive discussion of disability justice for those committed to elevating their support for disabled folks in their community. Using his lived experience, education, and advocacy know-how, he’ll lead a candid conversation exploring the following questions (and more):
Who is “disabled” and what creates that experience?
What is “disability justice?”
What’s the “right way” to interact with people with disabilities?
How can I do better about those tricky “microaggressions?”
What’s the difference between “access” and “inclusion?”
Is disability a cultural experience and how can that intersect with other cultural identities?
How can I integrate these skills in the community (e.g. Pride celebrations, workplace culture, community gatherings)?
Come join us for an afternoon of real talk, experiential exercises, group work, and lots of laughs as we all Spill the Disabili-Tea™.
Spill the Disabili-Tea™ will be held virtually over Zoom and will start promptly at 1pm. We encourage you to join a few minutes before 1 to situate yourself.
Participants will receive an email after RSVP’ing and instructions for joining the meeting in an email sent out the morning before the event.
You may want to check your SPAM/ promotions folder for these emails. If you do not find the email, please email us at email@example.com, by the day before the meeting at the latest, so we can provide you the zoom link.
Closed Captioning will be provided. If possible, please let us know you plan to access Closed Captioning by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
We hope to provide translation into Spanish at this meeting but are still working on it. If you or someone else you know would want translation into Spanish, please reach out to us as soon as possible by emailing: email@example.com. We have not yet built capacity for translation to other languages.
ASL interpretation will be provided if requested by 11:00 AM on Thursday March 18th by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please RSVP for the workshop as well.
This event is sliding scale, meaning pay what you can afford or are comfortable with. The sliding scale is from $20-$80. No one will be turned away for lack of funds, if you are unable to pay please RSVP by emailing email@example.com and we will send you the link the day before the event.