RESCHEDULED!: Longmore Lecture in Disability Studies: Mia Mingus

Mia sits on a bench on a front porch. She is Asian American with long wavy hair and smiles for the camera. She is wearing a draped knit sweater.
Event Date: Tuesday, April 11, 2017

The Longmore Lecture in Disability Studies hosts Mia Mingus on "Access Intimacy, Interdependence and Disability Justice"

Each year, the Longmore Lecture in Disability Studies hosts a speaker who continues Paul Longmore's legacy of scholar-activism...

On April 11, 2017, we are pleased to welcome Mia Mingus who will present on "Access Intimacy, Interdependence, and Disability Justice" and the importance of making connections and building relationships with those who understand, help meet, and make efforts to achieve your access needs. Mingus is a community organizer and national social justice leader, a queer, physically disabled, Korean, transracial woman and transnational adoptee. Join us and learn immediately why Feminist Wire deemed her one of their top "Feminists We Love"!

Free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served during a reception following the presentation. 
RSVP encouraged to: or 415-405-3528.
Please refrain from wearing scented products, so that people with chemical sensitivities can join us. Please request ASL interpreting by March 30. Open captioning will be provided. 
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