Do you have an event or activity you wish was listed in this newsletter? Do you have an opportunity that we should be blasting out to the Arts Access audience?
We are always happy to share inclusive and welcoming events! Submit your event at this link.
To be inclusive and welcoming, your event should:
– Be held in a wheelchair-accessible space
– Provide ADA Accommodations upon request
Byte Size Learning – Black and Disabled
Date: Tuesday, February 16th, 2021
Time: 12:00 – 1:00 PM EST
Access: ASL Provided
For scholarship requests, captions, or other accommodations requests, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, February 12th
A conversation about the intersectionality of racism and ableism. Is your organization doing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion work? Where does access for people with disabilities live in that work? Join us for an introductory conversation to help start thinking about how you can better include the voices of Black disabled people in your work to dismantle racism and ableism in your organization.
Facilitator and Speaker:
Chief Sustainability Officer at Ruh Global
Quick 1-minute overview of LaMondre’s Bio [YouTube]
Graduate Student at NC AT&T
Paralympic Boccia Competitor
Graduate William Peace University
Former Ms. Wheelchair NC
Lynda D. Edwards
Arts Education & Culture Consultant – Community Leader – Advocate for Marginalized People
Founder/Director of The NC Museum Of African Americans’ History & Culture
Arts + Culture + History
The Artist Link Project is always recruiting new members. Visit the ALP page to learn more or to sign up!
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