Disability Action Book Club

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Our disability action book club  will be a space to learn together about our own understanding and experiences of disability while collaboratively engaging in service which promotes disability justice. The group is open to all students, faculty, and staff regardless of disability-identity. 

As an ABC we'll select bi-weekly readings --often articles, book chapters, or short videos--which express diverse experiences with disability. Together we'll also complete a remote service project with a disability organization. Readings and the project will be determined by the readers but might include: 
Example community project partners include The disAbility Law Center and The Arc of Greater Williamsburg. 

Our virtual meeting time will also be decided by the members. This action book club is meant to be a meaningful opportunity in which we all fully participate, rather than an extra to-do or burden for your own wellness. We will treat each other with grace and understanding and adjust as needed. Initial logistics and conversations will be facilitated by Elizabeth Miller, OCE Assoc. Director.
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