Training, March 3rd – Disability as a Social Justice Issue

Current fellow, Allegra Stout would like to invite one and all to a training next Sunday which she has worked hard to  organize. Check out the details below.
“Led by Karen Schneiderman and Nassira Nicola from the Boston Center for Independent Living, we will learn about disability rights and social justice and explore how to enact our values within our work a progressive Jewish Community. We will share foundational disability rights ideas, work on developing the language we need to continue the conversation about inclusion and accessibility, and explore some practical ideas for living these values within the Kavod and JOIN communities. (Others who feel this will be relevant are also invited.)” 
 
Date: Sunday March 3, 2-4 pm
Location: Boston Center for Independent Living (60 Temple Place, 5th floor, right between Park St and Downtown Crossing)
Special Instructions: 
  • Parking is hard to find nearby, so we encourage you to use one of the many public transportation options in theimmediate area.
  • The door will be locked, so do your best to come on time, and we will post a phone number in case you arrive and are locked out.
  • Please RSVP here to let us know how we can help you get the most out of this training (with respect to access needs, communication needs, etc) ASAP.
  • We will have vegetarian snacks!
  • Please come scent- and chemical-free.
  • The space is wheelchair accessible.

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