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Pride Not Prejudice

Location
Zoom
Dates
Thursday 3rd December 2020 (12:00-13:30)

For Disability History Month 2019 the College of Arts and Law Inclusivity Projects asked ‘what do you wish people knew about disability?’. We had some very poignant and thought-provoking responses.

This year we are extending this question and joining it up with our Pride Not Prejudice initiative.

Alongside general sign up for the event, we are inviting those who live with a disability (whether their own or someone they live with or care for) to share their thoughts on the above question. This can either be a personal response (creative or prosaic), an extract of a book, a poem, or a blog post. Essentially whatever speaks best to or for you. Your response or chosen extract should only be up to two minutes long when read and can be submitted here.

You will have the opportunity to read this response yourself or have someone else read it for you at our sharing event on Thursday 3rd December, 12:00-1:30pm.

We hope for this event to be an opportunity to share our experiences, deepen our understanding of, and give a platform to the voices of, those living with a disability.

Please note that this event will be taking place online and you will receive the joining instructions and Zoom link on the day of the event.

• If you would just like to attend the event you only need to sign up via Eventbrite

• If you would like to attend the event and share a response please sign up via Eventbrite and complete the form here.

Please note that this event will be taking place online and you will receive the joining instructions and Zoom link on the day of the event.

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