Sankofa Lecture: Creating Access as Social Justice

Sankofa Lecture: Creating Access as Social Justice

Join us for the spring Sankofa lecture on Creating Access as Social Justice: Reflections, Conversation, and a Call for Action.

Tuesday, April 16, 2019 - 4:00pm to 6:00pm

Sandy Ho is a disability community-organizer, activist, disability policy researcher, and Lesley alumna. She is the founder and co-organizer of the Disability & Intersectionality Summit. In 2015, she was recognized as a White House Champion of Change for her work in establishing a statewide mentoring program for transitional-age disabled women, and the Letters to Thrive project. Her areas of work include disability justice, racial justice, intersectionality, and disability studies. She is a disabled, queer, Asian-American woman who is currently a researcher associate at The Lurie Institute for Disability Policy. Her writing has been published by Bitch Media online.

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