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Stacey Park Milbern and the Practice of Disability Justice
Stacey Park Milbern lived and breathed disability justice -- a concept created by queer, trans, working-class, disabled people of color to articulate a holistic vision of crip thriving. Through a celebration of Stacey’s theory and praxis, this event will deepen our understanding of what it means to organize for disability justice. Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha and Alice Wong created the #StaceyTaughtUs Syllabus borrowing a hashtag created by the Radical Monarchs, an activism group for young girls of color. The syllabus puts together many of Milbern’s influential speeches, essays, social media posts, and roundtable comments highlighting her work with numerous community groups including Sins Invalid and the Disability Justice Culture Club. Join us for celebration of the life and work of Stacey Park Milbern.

This event is part of Feminist Disability Justice speaker series through the Bread and Roses Feminist Research Colloquium of Women’s Studies Department at San Diego State University. Co-sponsored by the SDSU Pride Center.

Apr 28, 2021 04:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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