TOMORROW: “Dismantling Misconceptions of Disability” with Rebekah Taussig Wednesday, Feb. 2

 “Dismantling Misconceptions of Disability” with Dr. Rebekah Taussig

Disability advocate and educator Dr. Rebekah Taussig, who has been paralyzed since the age of three, will challenge what you think you know about disability. Join Taussig on Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2022, 7-8:30 p.m., Mountain Time, for “Dismantling Misconceptions of Disability.” This will be a virtual event in the “Dismantling Hate: An Educational Series Toward Understanding and Action” series, shared on Zoom.
Taussig is a passionate teacher with a range of experience from high school to upper-level college classes covering subjects from English literature, composition, and creative writing to disability studies.
Dr. Rebekah Taussig, “Dismantling Misconceptions of Disability”
Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2022
7-8:30 p.m., Mountain Time
This is a virtual event. Register in advance to attend via Zoom.
The Dismantling Hate: An Educational Series Toward Understanding and Action series is a campus-wide initiative that provides programming for CC students, faculty, staff, alumni, and community members from the Colorado Springs area. The purpose and goal of this educational series is to support our communities to better understand hate — its roots and outcomes, and to motivate people to take action to dismantle hate. Each educational program in the series features a conversation with an activist, broadly defined, who shares their work and experiences dismantling hate against marginalized communities.

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