Repair was pleased to partner with the UCLA Disability Studies program in sponsoring a monthly speaker series from December 2014-May 2015 on the UCLA Campus, focused on sharing insights and research from the field of Disability Studies with practitioners, and students in multiple professions. For those who were not able to attend live events, all will be video-archived, and available to view at no charge through Repair, and through NetCE. NetCE will also provide options to secure continuing education credit for practitioners who access the recordings and accompanying materials.
- The Right to Make Decisions: A Call for the End of Guardianship Laws
- Throw Away Children -- The Systemic Discrimination of Children with Mental Health Disabilities Who Are Low-Income and of Color, by the Public School System
- The New Biocitizenship -- Genetic Technologies, Disability, and Social Inequality
- The Practical Implications of New Body Politics
- Institutional Racism -- American Indians, Asylums, and Dislocated Histories, 1900-2012
- Will the Real Disabled Person Please Stand Up? OR What’s Wrong with This Picture?
All events at UCLA are free and open to the public.
Click here to download the program.