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An Intersectionality Approach: Ability/Disability in Ethnic Studies is a Program

An Intersectionality Approach: Ability/Disability in Ethnic Studies

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An Intersectionality Approach: Ability/Disability in Ethnic Studies

Taking an intersectional approach to instruction is critical to ensure that we are looking beyond an individual identity and meeting the needs of those who are most marginalized in society.  Developing a lens of intersectionality in this way, helps us challenge stereotyping and polarization, explore the richness of the human experience, and highlight the variations that exist within ethnic diversity. This training will enhance your knowledge and skills to be a champion for students with abilities/disabilities through the intersection of ethnic studies. 

 

 

Our keynote speaker, Keri Gray, Founder and CEO of the Keri Gray Consultant Group, LLC is also the founder of the National Alliance of Melanin Disabled Advocates which creates spaces for disabled leaders of color and BIPOC allies to gather, learn, connect, and grow around racial and disability justice.

 

 

 

Session Information

March 18, 2024 8:30 A.M. - 3:30 P.M.

 

History-Social Science Unit

 

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