A Panel on Sex Work and Disability Justice

Critical Disability Studies presents: "Crip Conversations Speaker Series: A Panel on Sex Work and Disability Justice".

This event is a zoom webinar. ASL and CART captioning will be provided. 

Registration: tinyurl.com/sw-and-dj-panel

Join us on Wednesday, September 22 from 2pm- 3:30pm CST as we discuss the nuances of sex work, disability justice, the effects of policy, intersectionality, the experience of navigating ableism and social exclusion, and dreams for a world that shows love to disabled sex workers.

This event is sponsored by the Texas Center for Disability Studies, the Gender and Sexuality Center, Latino Studies, the Gender, Race, Indigeneity, Disability and Sexuality initiative (GRIDS), the Center for Women and Gender Studies, LGBTQ Studies, and The Steve Hicks School of Social Work.

For any questions, requests, or concerns regarding accessibility, please contact Jazz Bell at jazzyjbell@utexas.edu.

Event Image Description: A graphic of a person in a wheelchair is shown with other symbols coming out of different sections of the wheel. One symbol is a hand pointing with dots near it, resembling a hand reading braille. Another set of hands are signing the ASL symbol for sign language interpretation. A neurodiversity infinity sign is also coming out of the wheel. The background is a red gradient background with a graphic of an umbrella inside the wheel of the wheelchair.

Dial-In Information

Register: tinyurl.com/sw-and-dj-panel

Wednesday, September 22 at 2:00pm to 3:30pm

Virtual Event
Event Type

Academics, Arts & Humanities, Health & Wellness, Policy & Law, World & Culture, Diversity, Social Justice

Departments

All Departments

Target Audience

Students, Staff, Faculty, Alumni, General Public

Cost

Free

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