Spill the Disabili-Tea: An Introduction to  Disability Justice -Alex Locust

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Spill the Disabili-Tea: An Introduction to Disability Justice -Alex Locust

Live Virtual Event! All who register will get a link to the recording after.

By SpeakOut - the Institute for Democratic Education and Culture

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Date and time

Thursday, April 6 · 1 - 2pm PDT



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About this event

  • 1 hour
  • Mobile eTicket

What is disability justice and its relationship to racial justice? What’s the difference between access and inclusion? These and other complex questions will be explored in this virtual Disabili-Tea workshop with Alex Locust, a Black biracial, queer, disability justice educator, activist, and “Glamputee” who celebrates the harmony of his identities to help create the world we all want to see. Armed with bombastic charm, whimsical humor, and a sharp wit, Alex synthesizes his lived and professional experiences to share his knowledge and insights on what it means to adopt a disability justice framework that builds community and empowers individuals with disabilities.

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TICKETS ARE SLIDING SCALE to benefit SpeakOut's ongoing educational work.

All who register will receive a link to watch live or later at their own convenience.

ASL interpreted. English captioning will be provided.

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About the organizer

SpeakOut is a mission-driven speakers bureau and education institute. Our mission is to encourage critical and imaginative thinking to address the major inequities of our day and transform a fractured world.

$5 – $50