A WORKSHOP BY MIA MINGUS
Friday, March 810 a.m. - 5 p.m., Lunch providedGold Student CenterMultipurpose RoomPitzer College
This day-long workshop will introduce two major frameworks and approaches: Disability Justice and Transformative Justice. It will introduce major concepts and understandings of terms such as access, ableism, interdependency, the medical industrial complex, the state, the prison industrial complex, trauma and accountability. For those already familiar with these issues, this workshop will help deepen their understanding of Disability Justice and Transformative Justice. The majority of this workshop will be teaching and building a knowledge base, working in small groups and watching media. We will strive to create a space that is as interactive as possible.
Please RSVP to Amber Neaves at firstname.lastname@example.org Please direct any accessibility needs or concerns to email@example.com
Mia Mingus is a queer, physically disabled woman ofcolor, Korean transracial and transnational adopteewriter, organizer and community caretaker. Through her work on disability justice, reproductive justice, queer liberation and transformative justice, she recognizes the urgency and barriers for oppressed communities to work together and build alliances for liberation. She is a member of the Bay Area Transformative Justice Collaborative working to build transformative justice responses to child sexual abuse.
This event is co-sponsored by: Asian Paci001fc American Coalition, Intercollegiate Department of Asian American Studies, Youth Coalition for Community Action, Smart Sex Society, Pitzer's Student Activities Committee, Mead Hall Council, P.A.S. Hall Council, Queer Questioning Allied Mentor Program, Advocates for Survivors of Sexual Assault and the Community Engagement Center's Global/Local Thesis Award.