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Carleton Disability Awareness Centre
Closed Discussion For Women With Disabilities - Carleton University
Education
Ottawa, Ontario
2017/11/02
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Do you identify as a women with a disability?

As part of the Carleton University Students' Association (CUSA) Service Centres' Intersectionality Week, Carleton Disability Awareness Week (CDAC) will be hosting a closed discussion for women with disabilities!

We'll be giving participants our space at 424UC to get together, close the door and hang out! What you chat about will remain completely confidential within the space - whether it's about common challanges you face, school, things that make you smile - whatever, it's a chance to connect with other folks and build your support system. B.Sw and Carleton alumni Jenn Roy will be facilitating discussion.

Please also be aware that because it is a closed disussion group, our Coordinators will not be present to ensure your privacy.

All women and femme identifying folk are welcome.

If you require ASL Interpretation for this group, please email cdac@cusaonline.ca to submit your request ASAP.

Thursday, November 2 at 3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

Carleton Disability Awareness Centre
424 University Centre, 1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, Ontario K1S 5B6

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