MOCEANS Virtual Discussion with International Disability Rights Advocate, Judith Heumann

Wednesday, December 1, 2021
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

MOCEANS Virtual Discussion with International Disability Rights Advocate, Judith Heumann

We are thrilled to formally announce that MOCEANS will be hosting a virtual discussion with International Disability Rights Advocate, Judith Heumann!

Judy is well known for her contributions to the disability rights movement, her role in the award-winning documentary 'Crip Camp', and her books, 'Being Heumann' & 'Rolling Warrior'.

To RSVP, please use the form below or email Emily Crosby at [email protected]

https://forms.gle/Rz25QFEfc9aCDaTj7

From Wikipedia:

Judith Ellen "Judy" Heumann (born December 18, 1947) is an American disability rights activist. She is recognized internationally as a leader in the disability community. Heumann is a lifelong civil rights advocate for people with disabilities. Her work with governments and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), non-profits, and various other disability interest groups, has produced significant contributions since the 1970s to the development of human rights legislation and policies benefiting children and adults with disabilities. Through her work in the World Bank and the State Department, Heumann led the mainstreaming of disability rights into international development. Her contributions extended the international reach of the independent living movement.

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