Good News: You Can View the Longmore Lecture with Alice Wong Remotely!

Join us! The 2018 Annual Paul K. Longmore Lecture on Disability Studies will feature an interview with Alice Wong on "Storytelling as Activism: The Politics of Disability Visibility." 
Tuesday, April 3, 2018 - 5:00pm-7:00pm (includes reception)
San Francisco State University, J. Paul Leonard Library, Room 121

Alice in front of a graffiti mural, wearing a bright scarf. Alice is Asian American, wearing bright red lipstick and a breathing mask that covers her nose.You won't want to miss this chance to learn more about Alice Wong, Founder/Director of the Disability Visibility Project and co-partner of #CriptheVote. Together we will explore disability justice, savvy strategies for social media, intersectionality, and political engagement through storytelling. This event is free and open to the public, and light refreshments will be served. RSVP encouraged to or (415) 405-3528. Please refrain from wearing scented products, so that people with chemical sensitivities can join us. ASL and open captioning will be provided.



We're excited to announce that for the first time, we'll be streaming the Longmore Lecture! Register now: After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the stream. We recommend you download Zoom in advance if the platform is new to you. Please note, if you are blind and use a screen reader, we recommend that you use the dial-in information to access the live-stream audio rather than the zoom computer link, as it may not play nicely with your screen reader unfortunately. (US: +1 669 900 6833 or +1 646 558 8656 Webinar ID: 761 651 225) If you are Deaf or hard of hearing, please press the CC button once you open the Zoom platform to access the live captioning stream. And feel free to tweet your thoughts/questions with #LongmoreLecture / @LongmoreInst / @DisVisibility

*** This year's Longmore Lecture was made possible thanks to several donors who gave in honor of Nicole Bohn's many years of service to San Francisco State University.