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Evening with Mia Mingus: Disability in Queerness, POC Communities, and Transformative Justice
Monday, April 17th | 5:30PM - 7:30PM | HUB 332
Join us for an evening with Mia Mingus as she shares about her experiences as a queer disabled woman of color searching for a political framework that could hold disability and ableism--what later became known as "disability justice." Mingus will also talk about how her work for disability justice is connected to her work for transformative justice. This event will open with remarks from Mingus, followed by a Q&A and conversation with the audience.
Co-sponsored by the D Center at the University of Washington and ASUW Student Disability Commission.
FREE + OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
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Mia Mingus is a writer, public speaker, community educator and organizer working for disability justice and transformative justice. She is a core member of the Bay Area Transformative Justice Collective (BATJC), a local collective working to build and support transformative justice responses to child sexual abuse, and a 2016 Just Beginnings Collaborative fellow funded for The Living Bridges Project, an anonymous story-collecting project documenting responses to child sexual abuse. Her writings can be found at leavingevidence.wordpress.com.
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Chair accessible elevators are located next to the main entrance of the Husky Union Building. CART captioning, ASL interpreting, and air purifiers have been requested.
This event is scent free so please do not wear perfume, heavily scented personal care products or other products with fragrance. To learn more about being fragrance free: www.peggymunson.com…
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