DISABILITY IS DIVERSITY: A Conversation with Keah Brown

Image description: Purple background with black and white image of a black woman with straight dark medium-length hair, smiling, wearing glasses and a sweater, surrounded with embroidered green, orange and pink thread around the image. Bottom left corner has 3 logos, circular black and white with a fist raised, purple circular with white text that reads ‘SDC’, and black ASUW logo. On top right corner, dark purple twisty text reads “DISABILITY IS DIVERSITY”. White text beneath reads “A Conversation with Keah Brown: Tuesday. May 20th 3:00-4:00pm PDT. ASL interpretation and CART captioning provided.”
Please join us and the ASUW Black Student Commission in welcoming the amazing author, actress, journalist and screenwriter, Keah Brown (@keah_maria on Instagram)! This event is perfect for anyone wanting to understand disability from a new perspective and explore disability intersectionality with race, gender, sexuality, and more. This hour-long event will let you get to know Keah, teach you what Black disabled joy is, and understand what it means to love yourself in a world that doesn’t want you to.

Accessibility information: ASL interpretation and CART captioning will be available. The event will be recorded and posted on the SDC website for asynchronous viewing afterwards.

If you have any questions, please contact Christine Lew at asuwsdc1@uw.edu.