Disability rights activist Judy Heumann shared her thoughts with the University of Kansas' Mentoring Circle for Disability Inclusion Pilot Program on March 26, 2019.
Introduction by Catherine E. Johnson, Director of the ADA Resource Center for Equity and Accessibility. Judy Heumann joined KU's Mentoring Circle for Disability Inclusion Pilot Program by zoom. Judy spoke about the state of disability activism and its movement into the future. The ACA-RCEA sponsored the conversation with Judy. Enjoy this recording of the entire presentation.
Discussion with Derek Shields
View the powerpoint of Derek's discussion of the importance of mentoring in the disability community.
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