"Spill the Disabili-Tea" is an interactive discussion of disability justice, centering disabled voices and providing a space to explore how to elevate inclusion efforts in various community spaces. Using lived experience, education, and advocacy know-how, Alex Locust will lead a candid conversation exploring the following questions (and more):
-Who is "disabled" and what creates that experience?
-What is "disability justice?"
-What's the "right way" to interact with people with disabilities?
-How do I do better about those tricky "microaggressions?"
-What's the difference between "access" and "inclusion?"
-Is disability a cultural experience and how can that intersect with other cultural identities?
-How can I integrate these skills in the community (e.g. Pride celebrations, workplace culture, community gatherings)?
-How can we center disabled voices in community practices?
Whether you identify as a person with a disability or as an ally, come join me for an afternoon of real talk, experiential exercises, group work, and lots of laughs as we all Spill the Disabili-Tea on a subject that is near and dear to my heart.
The workshop is open to registrants only with a suggested donation of $20 via registration fee ("Come Thru" tix) or cash/Venmo at the workshop ("Makin' It Werk" tix). No one turned away for lack of funds! If registration fee is inaccessible, please see information about volunteering below.
Interested in volunteering for the event? Please contact Alex at firstname.lastname@example.org with "Volunteer interest" in the subject line.
They welcome the opportunity to make the space more accessible! Space is wheelchair accessible
and they are encouraging a scent free environment (please refrain from wearing scented products).
Other accommodations may be possible upon request. Please submit requests to Alex@glamputee.com by Sunday, February 24th.