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Disability Justice Network of Ontario.
Hamilton's first Disability Justice (Un)Conference Friday, December 1, 2017
Hamilton, Ontario
Join us for Hamilton's first Disability Justice (Un)Conference
Friday, December 1, 2017
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Lincoln Alexander Centre
160 King St E, Hamilton, ON

This Disability Justice “unconference” aims to honour the International Day of People with Disabilities by providing space for activists, community members, academics, and service providers from across the province to gather for discussion around the future of the disability justice movement in Canada. Youth from across the province will run workshops on various topics relating but not limited to:

Disability history, pride, art, sexuality, global disability justice issues, inaccessibility, police brutality, coercion, poverty, ongoing eugenic practices, community building, friendship, care networks, interdependence, activism, peer research, Disability studies, Mad studies, political involvement, citizenship, rights, policy and law, consent, autonomy, skill sharing, experiential learning, storytelling, and love!

Are you a person who experiences disability, disablement, chronic illness, madness, trauma, and/or addiction?
Do you belong to a Disability, Deaf, and/or Mad community?
Are you an ally working in solidarity with disabled, Deaf, and/or Mad people or communities?
Do you want to gather with other disability activists and allies to build the momentum of disability justice organizing in Hamilton?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, this "unconference" is for you!

Click here to register:

For more information, check out the Facebook page:

Please note: This event is being run by activists from the Disability Justice Network of Ontario.

Sponsored and supported by: Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion Laidlaw Foundation, and Equity and Inclusion Office, McMaster University

Sarah Jama | DiverseCity onBoard
Hamilton Centre for Civic Inclusion
140 King Street East, Unit 20
Hamilton, ON L8N 1B2
Ph: 905 297 4694 x 201
Fax: 1 877 464 5940
Twitter: @2016Jama
Linkedin: Sarah Jama

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