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Implementing Disability Justice: Using Intersectional and Anti-oppressive Approaches for Helping Professionals

In this webinar, Elspeth Slayter (Professor, School of Social Work) and Dr. Lisa Johnson (Associate Professor, School of Social Work) explore disability movements and offer a discussion of the frameworks of intersectionality, critical cultural competence, and anti-oppressive practice in a way that acknowledges multi-systemic privilege and oppression for those with a range of social identities. Using a case example, we will discuss application of these approaches in helping profession settings.

1 Social Work Continuing Education Unit (CEU)

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Moderator: Steve Young (Professor, Geography and Sustainability Department)

This is the third panel of the CRCA/Berry Library 2023 Contemporary Issues Series on disability justice. For questions, contact Vanessa Ruget or contact Steve Young.

When 5:30pm
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