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Disability Awareness Week 2017

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Disability Awareness Week 2017

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Tuesday, April 18
7 pm
Wisconsin Union Theater | Shannon Hall
Cost: Free
Join us for Disability Awareness Week
This event is free and open to the public and we are hoping students and Madison community members will come! There are no pre-ordered tickets - first come first serve seating. If you need any accommodations, please contact bestbuddiesmadison@gmail.com.
 
Short bio about our speaker, Ti Banks:
 
TI BANKS, 28, FROM MADISON, WI IS A COMMUNITY ORGANIZER WITH FREEDOM INC, A MENTAL WELLNESS ADVOCATE, POET AND PLAYWRIGHT. THIS POETIC LECTURE WILL FOCUS ON INTERSECTIONALITY AND THE STRUGGLES OF CONTINUING MOVEMENT WORK AS A BLACK, QUEER, TRANS AND DISABLED PERSON.
 
This event is free and open to the public and we are hoping students and Madison community members will come! There are no pre-ordered tickets - first come first serve seating. If you need any accommodations, please contact bestbuddiesmadison@gmail.com.
 
Short bio about our speaker, Ti Banks:
 
TI BANKS, 28, FROM MADISON, WI IS A COMMUNITY ORGANIZER WITH FREEDOM INC, A MENTAL WELLNESS ADVOCATE, POET AND PLAYWRIGHT. THIS POETIC LECTURE WILL FOCUS ON INTERSECTIONALITY AND THE STRUGGLES OF CONTINUING MOVEMENT WORK AS A BLACK, QUEER, TRANS AND DISABLED PERSON.
 
Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1171707779621449/ 

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Best Buddies UW-Madison

Best Buddies is an international non-profit organization that promotes inclusion for individuals with disabilities. 

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