Dis/Representation: “REAL: Reject Economic Ableist Limits, Panel on Disability Employment”
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Portland Community College Cascade Campus
Student Union Room 203
705 N Killingsworth St, Portland, OR 97217
Bus line 72 (click here for map)
Parking information below.* Follow this link to download a map of PCC Cascade: 4-cascade-campus-map
The Disability Art and Culture Project is proud to announce receipt of a grant from the Kaiser Permanente Community Fund at Northwest Health Foundation, to support REAL: Reject Economic Ableist Limits.
Join our panel of disability activists to learn more about economic barriers for people with disabilities, and hear panelists’ personal experiences with employment obstacles. Q & A will follow. Audience feedback welcomed concerning economic justice, and policy issues for the REAL initiative. Become a REAL parnter! We’re recruiting more partners to work on economic justice for our community.
Panel on Disability Employment: Oregon Health Authority Office of Equity and Inclusion; Saara Hirsi, African Community Youth Organization; Kiel Moses, REAL / DACP Partner; Michelle Sobel, LCSW
This event is free and open to the public.
Online participation will be available for this discussion. Click here for information about how to participate virtually. Or, send an email to us at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Accommodations available upon request:
Real-Time Captioning (CART)
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org one week in advance to ensure accommodations. Thank you.
*Please note that PCC visitors parking a vehicle are required to purchase and display a permit. Parking costs $2 for two hours. When attending PCC events, please refrain from parking on neighborhood streets.
Thank you to our REAL Partners: Autism Empowerment, Living Stages Theater, Oregon Association of the Deaf, Oregon Health Authority Office of Equity and Inclusion, Sankofa Collective Northwest, African Community Youth Organization, Kiel Moses, Michelle Sobel, and Terry Blosser.
Dis/Representation is made possible through a grant from the Multnomah County Cultural Coalition and the Oregon Cultural Trust, and our partnership with Portland Community College Disability Services.
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