Crip Conversations: Disability Culture & Disability Studies series
Crip Conversations is an annual discussion series focused on disability, critical disability studies, and current events.
In these conversations, attendees will learn about disability culture and its nuances from self-advocates, activists, and allies. For a look back at previous episodes, check out our Youtube page or our archive on the right side of the page.
- Feb. 3, 2021: Join disability justice advocate, organizer, educator, attorney, strategist, and writer Lydia X.Z. Brown as they explore and discuss possibilities for survival, sustainability, and care during COVID-19 rooted in disability justice politic, philosophy, and praxis. Register at tinyurl.com/LydiaXZBrownPanel
Crip* is reclaimed language used within disabled communities. It has a long history of being used as a slur, but now is used as a marker of pride, insider experience, and camaraderie. Not all choose to use it, similar to the reclaimed word queer.
For more information contact:
- Nick Winges-Yanez