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The Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD): supporting interdisciplinary research & training University Centers & people with disabilities.
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AUCD 3h
Thank you so much of for moderating our Plenary A and to our panelists , Rebecca Dosch-Brown of , and Kate Olson of for your insights on
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"Is it harder having a disability or being Latino?" doesn't wake up thinking about his identities, but finds that "Everywhere in DC, people say - oh it's that gay policy guy" & so he focuses on shielding himself from people's artificial mental model of him.
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AUCD 3h
"Why not starting naming the oppression of ableism?" Fear of calling it out. -Kate Olson. History of pitting the disability identity against other identities and using disability to disparage. -Rebecca Dosch-Brown
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"Let just learn how we learn, and be more accepting and flexible about how we be in a space together." -Rebecca Dosch-Brown
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Shortly after the plenary, make sure to visit the MR level of the hotel to see the graphic notes taken by during .
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AUCD 3h
Audience question from Plenary A- "How do we make professionals see the inequalities that exist with the disability and race intersection?" Our panelists respond: Pay attention and be aware of your privileges.
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"Belonging is an innate human need, so all of us need to belong." closes out the panel part of Plenary A at
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Rebecca Brown is on a journey to undo her implicit biases about what people with disabilities can and can't do, and encourages YOU to examine and challenge your own implicit biases.
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CLD_GSU 3h
:What will it take to go from the concept of inclusion to the reality of inclusion and belonging?
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Julie Christensen 3h
“I’d rather belong than be included.”
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HelenRottier 3h
“Normal is overrated.” -Rebecca Dosch Brown on diversity and inclusion.
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AUCD Emerging Leaders Community 3h
"Belonging means building your own community across people who are welcoming and like to have fun and not to make it a big deal." - Rebecca
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AUCD 3h
“Belonging means you have a community, and I have a community. Inclusion means that you’re going to allow me to be somewhere, or that you’re going to let me sit at the table. I’d rather belong than be included.” on 's Q on belonging vs inclusion
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CDCI (Vermont UCEDD) 3h
"During those moments of exclusion, where did you find strength?" As we think about power, finding our own is essential to moving forward.
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AUCD Emerging Leaders Community 3h
Learning the history of disability really helped Rebecca understand the context of the way her son was treated. "I think what I've decided is that normal is a social construction. It shuts us out to a wider range of experiences. Normal is overrated!"
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Liz Weintraub 3h
My mom used to talk for me.. now I talk for MYSELF
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Growing up with seven siblings with the expectation that she stay with her mom and dad the whole time, Kate Olson was excluded a lot, but now she shares with us, "I AM included."
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AUCD Emerging Leaders Community 3h
Rebecca emphasizes that her advocacy as a parent for her son includes "Using the moments for him to be present in the room, rather than a topic in the room."
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Lydia X. Z. Brown, J.D. 3h
.: When I told people I was going to move out, they said I was crazy. I was going to die. I was going to be poor. So I carved out a path to include myself.
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Liz Weintraub 3h
It’s a beautiful thing to live on your own
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