Reframing the Conversation: How is Disability Included in Diversity?, presented by Diversity Equity and Inclusion at the University of Utah
On Tonight's Line-up:
A Changing the Narrative Special:
The U of U's Diversity Equity and Inclusion at the University of Utah's series of panel conversations that brings together experts from across campus and the community to spark important conversations around racism, othering, and safety in order to counteract the growing culture of othering with a culture of belonging.
Across the globe, there has been increasing acknowledgment of injustices such as health inequities, racism, and the vital changes needed to address these disparities. One such group often left out of the equity, diversity, and inclusion focus is people with disabilities. This panel discussion will work to enhance our understanding of people with varying forms of disabilities (both visible and invisible) and their experience, explore how we can build a community of allies, help us learn how to develop a culture in which individuals are empowered to speak out, and ultimately add to efforts that move our campus forward towards greater accessibility for all.
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