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On Thursday, April 13th, 6 pm - 7:30, join the Emily Taylor Center for Women & Gender Equity and campus partners at the Spencer Museum of Art for the release of Disability Justice is a Feminist Issue, a collaborative zine project complementing the 2022-2023 KU Common Book Program, which features Disability Visibility: First-Person Stories from the Twenty-First Century, edited by Alice Wong.


In celebration of the zine’s material and digital release, a panel of its contributors will reflect on their submissions. Panelists will include KU students Jenna Essenmacher, Salem Sanfilippo Solindas, and Monty Protest among others. Following the panel discussion, the audience is welcome to engage the zine’s creators in a Q&A.


All attendees will receive FREE hard copies of Disability Justice is a Feminist Issue.


Masks strongly recommended. Because this event centers people with disabilities, we encourage attendees to wear masks as an expression of community care. Free masks (KF94s or KN95s) provided.


This is a hybrid event. To register to attend via Zoom, please visit https://bit.ly/DisabilityZine  



People with disabilities are encouraged to attend KU-sponsored events. If you are in need of assistance to participate, please contact the Emily Taylor Center for Women & Gender Equity at emilytaylorcenter@ku.edu


The KU Common Book; The Commons; Spencer Museum of Art; Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Belonging; Faculty Staff Council on Disability Inclusion; and Department of Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies


Zoom Registration: https://bit.ly/DisabilityZine

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