Third Place Development Series: Disability Justice with Jennifer White-Johnson ASU
This series focuses on Disability Justice with Jennifer White-Johnson, parent, advocate, artist. We will discuss intersectionality of neurodivergence in marginalized groups.
About This Course
This series focuses on Disability Justice with Jennifer White-Johnson, parent, advocate, artist. As a disabled Afro-Latina artist with ADHD and Graves' Disease she uses graphic design and photography as a means to discuss the intersection of disability rights and anti-racism, and to give visibility to misrepresented voices. In this session, we will describe the intersectionality of neurodivergence in marginalized groups. We will explore ways to shift our mindset in dismantling ableism; identify ways to use joy as an expression to uplift humanity and discuss ways to create a space of acceptance and access.
There are no prerequisites for this course.
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