You do not have to be ADA Disabled™ to join this group. You can be curious, discovering what’s up, in the middle of a diagnosis, choose not to disclose, etc. We welcome everyone. We cannot promise anonymity because we are an open group – but we do provide peer support, resources, and a place to talk.
Disability Staff Forum's Mission
The mission of the Disability Staff Forum is to
help support staff members with disabilities, facilitate communication among Stanford community members with and without disabilities, and work towards equal access for all members of the community.
OAE & SCLS Present TL Lewis on Racism and Ableism
Held by the Office of Accessible Education, the Division of Student Affairs, and the Stanford Critical Law Society.
Talila A. Lewis is an abolitionist community lawyer, educator, and organizer who unites movements for justice by making manifest the inextricable links between ableism, racism, classism, and all forms of systemic and structural oppression.
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LGBTQIA+ & Disability
The Badass Disabled LGBTQ+ Women History Forgot
Have you ever heard of Edith Cooper & Katherine Bradley?
What about Barbara Jordan or Jazzie Collins?
By Laura Elliott
Photographs By Cathy Cade Photographs Collection
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The Disability Staff Forum’s (DSF) mission is to help facilitate communication among Stanford community members with and without disabilities. We are a diverse group of staff and faculty interested in promoting awareness of disability issues and encouraging people to gain support, gain access, and gain knowledge to explore and develop opportunities for individuals with disabilities. You are invited to share your insights and experiences about accessibility challenges and to help build our community. Join DSF monthly meetings on the second Monday of each month. Visit the website and sign up for the mailing list for updates.
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