2 Webinars – Intersection of Race and Disability, & Cultural Humility and Disability

AJE is happy to share these webinars from FISA and The Heinz Endowments with families and the professionals who support them.

  • Race + Disability: Understanding Intersectional Oppression on March 3, 2021, 2-3:30pm ET
    • Disability occurs in every ethnic and racial group, yet it is often presented as a “white person’s experience.” This workshop will explore why this is so and will dig into the intersection of race and disability and present ableism as a social justice issue. Learn why historical figures of color experiences of disability are often overlooked, and explore the current struggles of disabled people of color.
    • Presented by national experts, Andraéa LeVant, Rosemary McDonnell-Horita, and Sofia Webster, all of whom were involved in the Obama Netflix documentary Crip Camp. REGISTER HERE!
  • Fostering Cultural Humility in Disability Services on April 7, 2021, 2-3:30 ET
    • This workshop is designed to provide tools and strategies to increase multicultural awareness, knowledge, and the skills necessary to effectively work with and relate to ethnically and culturally diverse clients receiving disability services. Topics covered include intersectionality, disability justice and advocacy, implicit bias, cross-cultural communication, and microaggressions. Cultural Humility will be introduced as a process to help build authentic cross-cultural relationships and will provide a culturally relevant strategic approach to reducing disparities.
    • Presented by Dr. Channing Moreland, Director of the Wellness Pavilion at the University of Pittsburgh Community Engagement Center in Homewood.  REGISTER!

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