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November, 17 2017

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SU HAPPENINGS

Updated Women’s and Gender Studies (WGS) Fall Events Calendar!

INVITE: Welcome Reception for Paula Possenti-Perez

All are welcome to a MEMORIAL SERVICE for SARI  KNOPP  BIKLEN

Phi Beta Sigma Hosts Annual Women of Distinction Event

Diversity Lecture Series: Weight, Stigma, and Healthcare, 10/14

SU NEWS

Attention All Illustrators: 

SU News: University Community Members Tell Their Stories in Dialogue on Diversity

REMINDER: 5 Days left for your Creating Change Application

SU Faculty Publication of Interest: R. David Lankes Authors Book, ‘The Boring Patient’

EDU/CFE Study Abroad Course this Summer: SOCIAL JUSTICE & DIVERSITY IN CHILE

Nomination Deadline Extended for MLK Unsung Heroes Award

CALLS FOR PAPERS, CONFERENCES, SCHOLARSHIPS, AND PARTICIPANTS

2014/2015 AHEAD Technology Access Series - Available Now!

NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

BBC.com: Blind Activists in Victorian Times

Disability is not a struggle: Panel discusses intersections between art, disability, bodies

Webinar Resource Now Available for “From the Global to the Local: Strategies for State and Local Human Rights Implementation”

Candidate Forum on Disability Issues

Mad studies brings a voice of sanity to psychiatry


SU HAPPENINGS

Updated Women’s and Gender Studies (WGS) Fall Events Calendar!

 
 
Women's & Gender Studies Department
 Fall 2014 Events Calendar (updated)
 
 
Calaca Catwalks, Testimonio Painting,
Undocumented Flower Crossings and Other U.S. Latina/o Art Happenings
Laura Elisa PérezOctober 8
12:00pm (Peter Graham Commons)
 
Laura Elisa Pérez is Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies, UC, Berkeley: she is also core faculty in Performance Studies and affiliated faculty in Women's Studies and Latin American Studies. 
 
A Latina/o-Hispanic Heritage Month Event convened by Women's & Gender Studies and the Office of Multicultural Affairs.  Co-Sponsors: Art & Music Histories, Latino & Latin American Studies, LGBT Resource Center, LGBT Studies, LALUCHA, La Casita Cultural Center, Religion, Office of Cultural Engagement.http://asnews.syr.edu/newsevents_2014/releases/Laura_Elisa_Perez_Event.html
 
 
The Writing Program's Nonfiction Reading Series presents:
Laura Gray-Rosendale, Reading from College Girl
(a memoir of surviving a sexual assault while a student at SU)
October 9, 3:30-4:45 pm
500 Hall of Languages
 
Laura Gray-Rosendale is Professor of English and President's Distinguished Teaching Fellow at Northern Arizona University. She is author or co-editor of Rethinking Basic Writing (Routledge), Alternative Rhetorics (SUNY), Fractured Feminisms(SUNY), Radical Relevance (SUNY), Pop Perspectives (McGraw-Hill), and College Girl: A Memoir (SUNY/Excelsior).
 
College Girl was Gold Medal Winner for the 2014 IPPY Award, Book of the Year for Mountain Living, Finalist for the May Sarton Memoir Award, and Finalist for USA Books Award in Memoir.
 
Sponsor:  The Writing Program  Co-Sponsors: Anthropology, English, Labor Studies Working Group, Syracuse University Humanities Center, Women's & Gender Studies
 
 
 
Crafting a Politics of Theory & Methodology in 'Ero-Ideologies:
Writings on Art, Spirituality, and the Decolonial'
Laura Elisa Pérez, October 15
12:00pm (Peter Graham Commons)
 
Pérez presents from Ero-Ideologies (forthcoming). She has done groundbreaking research on syncretic spiritualities and how queer, anti-patriarchal, and decolonial politics have been pursued in creative contexts, including painting, performance, and multimedia installations.
 
Laura Elisa Pérez is Associate Professor of Ethnic Studies, UC, Berkeley: she is also core faculty in Performance Studies and affiliated faculty in Women's Studies and Latin American Studies. 
 
Convener: Department of Women's and Gender Studies
Co-sponsors: Office of Multicultural Affairs, Religion, Latino and Latin American Studies, LGBT Studies, LALUCHA, and La Casita Cultural Center.
 
 
In the Body of Justice
Eve Ensler, October 15 – 7:30pm, Hendrick's Chapel
 
Ensler speaks about her efforts to stop violence and create a planet in which women and girls are free to thrive, rather than merely survive. Her well-known work "The Vagina Monologues" inspired her to create V-Day, a global activist movement to stop violence against women and girls that raises funds and awareness through benefit productions and other artistic works. One of her latest efforts, City of Joy, was launched in 2011 in the Democratic Republic of Congo to help women survivors of violence.
 
Eve Ensler is a Tony Award-winning playwright, performer, and activist.
This University Lecture is sponsored in cooperation with Pulse performing arts series, LGBT Resource Center, Humanities Center as part of the 2014 Syracuse Symposium™, David B. Falk College of Sport and Human Dynamics, and S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications.
 
 
The Cha Cha Files: A Chapina Poética
Maya Chinchila, October 20 – 6:00pm, Peter Graham Commons
 
Using spoken word performance, Chinchilla makes visible Central American-Guatemalan diaspora and disentangles myths from the mayhem of civil wars, urban wars, and the wars raging in young hearts. Part memory, part queer imaginary, the Cha Cha Files honors Central American feministas, Long Beach roqueras, families divided by war, lovers separated by borders, and celebrates the pleasure and heartbreak of femmes, machas, y mariconadas. Her poems, stories, and snapshots traverse California coastlines and southern borderlines, cut across tense multi-culti high-school hallways, sing Solidarity Movement songs, mosh through tribal slam pits, and find home in the vibrant Bay Area where radical activists and lovers alike come of age.
 
Maya Chinchilla, a Chapina (Guatemalan-American) who grew up in southern California, is an artist whose work includes poetry books, spoken word, and short films. 
 
Convener: Department of Women's and Gender Studies 
Co-Sponsors: Latino and Latin American Studies, LGBT Studies, La Casita Cultural Center.
 
 
Why I Am a Bioconservative
Rosemarie Garland-Thomson, October 23 – 7:00 pm, Watson Theatre
 
This lecture explores how principles, logics, guidelines, and rules of religious bioethics can serve effectively in situations and for populations outside of the particular religious tradition that generates them. It offers the term bioconservative to describe Garland-Thomson's ethical position as a disability bioethicist. In the service of disability equality, this talk draws from religious bioethics to explicate dignity as it pertains to quality-of-life judgments used in biomedical decision-making for life-ending medical treatments.
 
Rosemarie Garland-Thomson is Professor of Women's Studies & English at Emory.
Sponsor: CNY Humanities Corridor "Humanities, Health, & Disability Studies"; Co-sponsors: Center on Human Policy, Law, & Disability; Disability Studies; Disability Student Union; Women's & Gender Studies.
 
 
 
Negotiating Feminist Perspectives:
Intersectionality, Transnationality, and Decoloniality
 
Women's & Gender Studies Department Colloquium
October 24, 12:45-5:15, Schine 304 A/B/C
CART transcription provided
Reception to follow at Goldstein Faculty Center
 
Syracuse Symposium™ 2014: Perspective event
organized in collaboration with the Syracuse University Humanities Center
 
Intersectionality, transnationalism, and decoloniality are ways of knowing generated to contest subjugation. Crafted in contexts of resistance, each draws from political outlooks, lived experiences, and knowledges produced alongside hegemony. Yet critical uptake of these perspectives in contemporary feminist scholarship can distort or depoliticize: analyses of decolonial feminisms can slip into Orientalist or settler colonial logics; debates on transnational feminisms can reify an imperial gaze or justify rescue narratives; treatments of intersectionality can animate single-axis logics and white solipsism in the name of gender. This colloquium engages each perspective, on its own terms and relationally, to cultivate their radical possibilities. (Note: readings from each scholar available in advance).
 
Sirma Bilge,  "The Neoliberal Domestication of Insurgent Knowledges:
The Case of Intersectionality"
 
Bilge is Associate Professor of Sociology, at l'Université de Montréal, and Associate Editor of the Journal of Intercultural Studies. Her research examines sexual nationalism, intersectionality's whitening, racialized governmentality of immigration, coalition politics, and academia's incorporation of minority knowledges. She founded and directed the Intersectionality Research Unit in Montréal (2005-2010). With co-author Patricia Hill Collins, she is writing a book on intersectionality.
 
Rita Kaur Dhamoon, "Feminist Anxieties and Transformative Possibilities:
Transnationalism, Intersectionality, and Settler Colonialism"
 
Dhamoon is Assistant Professor in Political Science, at the University of Victoria, the territory of the Lekwungen peoples, Canada. Her research interests include multiculturalism, nation-building, and race-making; gender and feminist politics; critical race and anti-colonial politics; and settler colonialism. Among other publications, she is author of Identity/Difference Politics(2009). Her work is grounded in anti-racist feminist action.
 
María Lugones, "Thinking Gender Decolonially"
 
Lugones is renowned for her scholarship on decolonial feminist praxis and theorizing coalition against multiple oppression. She is a founding member of Escuela Popular Norteña, a collective for radical education and organizing, and Director of the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Philosophy, Interpretation, and Culture at Binghamton University. Lugones has authored numerous influential articles and Pilgrimages/Peregrinajes: Theorizing Resistance against Multiple Oppressions.
 
Cosponsors: African American Studies, College of Arts and Sciences, Cultural Foundations of Education, Democratizing Knowledge Project, LGBT Studies, English, Philosophy, Political Science, Religion, South Asia Center, Writing Program.
 
 
 
On Academic Freedom, Academic Labor, and the Question of Palestine
Steven Salaita, October 29
5:30 pm: 010 Crouse Hinds
 
Collaboratively sponsored by: Anthropology, Cultural Foundations of Education, Democratizing Knowledge Collective, English, Geography, History, Labor Studies Group, Native Studies, Political Science, Sociology, Women's & Gender Studies.
 
 
 
Swinging into Sixty: A Woman Ponders the Future
Carrie Mae Weems, October 28 – 7:30pm, Hendrick's Chapel
 
Over the past 25 years, Carrie Mae Weems has worked toward developing a complex body of art that has at various times employed photographs, text, fabric, audio, digital images, installation and video. She has investigated family relationships, gender roles, the histories of racism, sexism, class and various political systems. "Despite the variety of my explorations, throughout it all it has been my contention that my responsibility as an artist is to work, to sing for my supper, to make art, beautiful and powerful, that adds and reveals; to beautify the mess of a messy world, to heal the sick and feed the helpless; to shout bravely from the roof-tops and storm barricaded doors and voice the specifics of our historic moment," she says.
 
Carrie Mae Weems is an artist and storyteller.  
Presented by University Lectures.
 
 
Citizenship, Land, and the Jews: A Symposium
November 6, 4:00-6:00pm
500 Hall of Languages
 
Gil Anidjar (Professor of Relision and Middle Eastern, African, and South Asian Studies, Columbia), "The Religion Card"
Akeel Bilgram (Sidney Morgenbesser Professor of Philosophy, Columbia), "The Modern and Its Past: A View from the South"
Eric Cheyfitz (Ernest I. White Professor of American Studies and Humane Letters, Cornell), "Exceptional Citizens: Religion, Genocide, and Land in the U.S. and Israel/Palestine"
Joan Cocks (Ford Foundation Professor of Politics, Mt. Holyoke), "Secularism and Theology in the Search for Jewish Sovereignty in Palestine"
 
Sponsor: Religion Department Graduate Student Organization
 
Also, November 7, 10:00am.
Cross-campus reading group of Gil Anidjar's Blood: A Critique of Christianity (Columbia UP, 2014):
open to graduate students & faculty members who sign up in advance.
Contact Dana Lloyd (dlloyd@syr.edu) for information.
 
 
 
Seth Koven
(History Dept., Rutgers University)
 
Nov 11, 3:30 pm (Location TBA), a workshop on doing interdisciplinary literary and historical research on gender and sexuality.  
 
Nov 12, 11:00 am (Location TBA), Lecture:  "The Matchgirl and the Heiress: Love and Christian Revolution in Modern Britain."
 
Seth Koven, a social and cultural historian whose work focuses on gender and sexuality, is author of Slumming: Sexual and Social Politics in Victorian LondonThe Matchgirl and the Heiress (forthcoming), and co-editor of Mothers of a New World: Maternalist Politics and the Origins of Welfare States.
 
Sponsor: English Department
Contact Kevin Morrison for more information (kmorri05@syr.edu)
 
 
 
Breaking the Frame
with Carolee Schneemann & Marielle Nitoslawska
November 17, 7:00pm, Eggers 010 (tentative)
 
Breaking the Frame is a feature–length documentary portrait made with and about the New York artist Carolee Schneemannby Canadian filmmaker Marielle Nitoslawska.
 
A pioneer of performance and body art as well as avant-garde cinema, Schneemann has been breaking frames in the art world for five decades and challenging assumptions of feminism, gender, sexuality, and identity. Nitoslawska has made numerous films, feature length and short form, on ground-breaking movements and artists such as Domingo Cisneros, Szczepan Mucha, and Jozef Robakowsk, and teaches film production at Concordia University in Montréal.
 
Sponsor: English Department, contact Chris Hanson for more information, cphanson@syr.edu
Co-sponsors: Art and Music Histories, Syracuse University Humanities Center, Transmedia Studies, Women's & Gender Studies.  

INVITE: Welcome Reception for Paula Possenti-Perez

 
You Are Invited To a Welcome Reception for Paula Possenti-Perez, Director, Office of Disability Services
 
When:       Tuesday, November 4, 2014
Where:      Schine Student Center
                  Rooms 304-A-B-C
Time:        5:00 to 7:30 pm
 
RSVP Equal Opportunity at sueoirs@syr.edu by October 27, 2014.
 
For accommodation requests, contact Andréa Carter at agomezca@syr.edu or 315-443-4018, also byOctober 27th.
 
Hosted by Beyond Compliance Coordinating Committee, Disability Cultural Center, and Equal Opportunity, Inclusion & Resolution Services

All are welcome to a MEMORIAL SERVICE for SARI  KNOPP  BIKLEN 


Saturday, November 22nd, 2014, at 2 p.m.
 
 
Champlain Valley Unitarian Universalist Society
2 Duane Court, Middlebury, VT
 
Parking available next door at the Middlebury Union High School.
 
Kindly rsvp to biklenmemorial@gmail.com

Phi Beta Sigma Hosts Annual Women of Distinction Event

with Special Guests LaLa Anthony, Loretta Divine, and Iyanla Vanzant

On Wednesday, October 15, the Theta Xi Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Incorporated hosts the fourth annual Women of Distinction event in Goldstein Auditorium at 7:14 p.m.  This year’s panelists include reality and television star Alani “LaLa” Anthony, Primetime Emmy Award winner Loretta Divine, and inspirational speaker and television star Iyanla Vanzant.  The event is open to all students, staff, faculty, and the public.

Women of Distinction is an empowerment session geared towards inspiring women and men of color in the Syracuse community.  In addition to the panel discussion with Anthony, Divine, and Vanzant, a special segment of the event will honor one Syracuse University student and one Syracuse community leader with the Women of Distinction Award that acknowledges their efforts to build and empower themselves and their community.

“It is important to not only allow the community to hear from prominent women, but to also celebrate others in the community for their work in uplifting and motivating the youth of Syracuse,” said Travis Davis, president of the Theta Xi Chapter.  “We hope you will join us in celebrating the lives and achievements of the women who impact the masses.”

Tickets are presently available at the Schine Box Office for $1.00.

For more information, please contact Davis at tadavi05@syr.edu.  More information about Women of Distinction and the Theta Xi Chapter can be found on their Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter pages.

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Diversity Lecture Series: Weight, Stigma, and Healthcare, 10/14



Harriet Brown, Associate Professor of magazine journalism, Syracuse University, and Casey Hammerle, Coordinator for the Bariatric Surgery Program, Upstate Medical University, will present “Two Perspectives: Weight, Stigma and Healthcare,” Tuesday, Oct. 14, from Noon to 1 p.m. in the Tree House Performance Center of Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital, 11th floor. Speakers will discuss weight bias and itsconsequences. Open to the public.  Lunch will be provided for the first 30 attendees. For more information, call the Office of Diversity and Inclusion at 315-464-5234.

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SU NEWS

Attention All Illustrators: 

I am Kanisha L. Ffriend, a student at Syracuse University, and I amworking on a children's book that needs your assistance. I became interested in Disability Studiesin high school after numerous encounters with service organizations and media that focused ondisability issues. After coming to SU, I learned more about the culture and stigmas though mySchool of Education classes and realized that before university I was never taught about disabilityin a school setting. I find it important to stress the value of diversity and discuss the similaritiesbetween minority groups from a young age inside the classroom and at home.
 
The project is a narrative poem that addresses the intersectionality of gender, race anddisability. It will work as a teaching tool that sparks necessary conversations on all threementioned sections of personhood. The book is written in a very up-beat way with characterpersonality. It is my hope that the illustrations will convey the same message.
 
Target Audience: Children's Book (K to 3rd grade)
 
If interested, please submit your artwork to K[dot]Ffriend@gmail.com in a jpeg or PDF format.
 
Artwork can be done using sketch, paint, computer design or other techniques. Sketchillustrations must include the use of color.
*Include your full name with a short bio
*Why you are interested in being an illustrator for the project
*Previous publications if applicable
 
Sample pages are available by request and will be used to help you visually portray thecharacter of Anika.
 
Submission Deadline  December 31, 2014 11:59pm
Plan:
Self-publishing with established connections to School systems in the Tri-State Area, numerousnational disability for-profit and non-Profit organizations and a growing list of national centersfocused on youth education regarding race and disability.
 
Compensation will be discussed if your artwork is selected.
If you have any questions please contact K[dot]Ffriend@gmail.com

SU News: University Community Members Tell Their Stories in Dialogue on Diversity


REMINDER: 5 Days left for your Creating Change Application

 
Dear LGBTQA Undergraduate Students:
The LGBT Resource Center seeks the participation of full-time undergraduate students at the 2015 Creating Change Conference sponsored by the National Gay & Lesbian Task Force (NGLTF).  The goals of the Creating Change Conference are to create connections between students, and to develop leadership and advocacy skills for those dedicated to LGBTQA social justice movements.  The 2015 national conference will take place February 4-8, 2014 in Denver, CO.
 Students interested in attending the conference should apply by completing the following form: https://syracuseuniversity.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_6fGw3e4WQpJ747b
This form must be submitted no later than 5pm on Monday, October 13.  If the form is not accessible to you, contact Bryan McKinney, Graduate Assistant (bjmckinn@syr.edu), and he will provide you with a .pdf copy of the form.  Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Please note that students approved to attend this conference will be expected to leave Syracuse early morning on Wednesday February 4, and return to campus late evening on Sunday, February 8. Furthermore, students approved for travel will be expected to ensure that they do not have any academic conflicts during these dates of travel. Since the conference is in the spring semester of 2015, and students will not know which classes they are enrolled in, we expect all students approved for travel to meet with their instructors in the first week of classes (in the spring semester) to seek permission to miss classes, and to work on alternative deadlines for academic assignments. 
Please contact Bryan McKinney (bjmckinn@syr.edu), Graduate Assistant at the LGBT Resource Center, if you have any questions or concerns about the application process. 


For more information, please visit:
NGLTF Website: www.thetaskforce.org 
Creating Change Website: www.creatingchange.org
 
 All the Best and Happy Coming Out Month,
Bryan

SU Faculty Publication of Interest: R. David Lankes Authors Book, ‘The Boring Patient’

School of Information Studies (iSchool) Professor R. David Lankes is known for breaking new ground in the library field, for thinking in innovative ways and for adding personality-laden twists to his teaching and information efforts.

EDU/CFE Study Abroad Course this Summer: SOCIAL JUSTICE & DIVERSITY IN CHILE

 

SOCIAL JUSTICE & DIVERSITY IN CHILE

MAY 13-MAY 30, 2015

 

EDU/CFE 300/600, 3 credits, undergraduate or graduate

THE COURSE WILL BE BASED IN SANTIAGO, CHILE | KNOWLEDGE OF THE SPANISH LANGUAGE NOT REQUIRED.

Explore how Chile, as a new democracy, responds to issues of diversity in the following areas: race, class, sexual orientation, language, religion and disability.  Visit schools and NGO's that work for equity and social justice and learn about Chilean writers and musicians who also struggled for justice. The coursework will include readings about various aspects of Chilean culture and responses to diversity. Students will be involved in sharing responsibility for presenting readings as well as articulating their own personal research agenda for the trip. A final paper will be required in which students will elaborate on their learning from the course and connections to their own academic fields

Pho

  • Learn about diversity in Chile, experience Latin American culture, and meet community leaders working for equity and social justice.
  • Visit schools and educational organizations addressing diversity issues related to race, ethnicity, language, religion, ability/disability and sexual orientation.
  • Visit Pablo Neruda’s house, Chile’s premier poet, in Isla Negra.
  • Learn about Victor Jara, a musician who sang for social change.
  • Travel to San Pedro de Atacama and see the Valley of the Moon.
  • Meet community activist and educators in Valparaíso and Vina del Mar.

 

Apply by February 20!

 

To apply go to: http://syr-sa.terradotta.com/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgram&Program_ID=10351

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Nomination Deadline Extended for MLK Unsung Heroes Award

http://news.syr.edu/nomination-deadline-extended-for-mlk-unsung-heroes-award-81128/

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CALLS FOR PAPERS, CONFERENCES, SCHOLARSHIPS, AND PARTICIPANTS


2014/2015 AHEAD Technology Access Series - Available Now!

AHEAD is holding various webinars on technology, mostly related to disability services.  Please note that registration is for each SITE, and not for individual participants, so we recommend checking in with ODS and colleagues before signing up, just in case you can get a whole group together.
  


October 6, 2014    

 

Back by popular demand!

It's the AHEAD Technology Series for 2014 - 2015

The AHEAD Technology Standing Committee is proud to offer you this series of webinars that help us explore technology used by students, faculty and staff across campus; and crucial technology-related topics that are at play in disability and higher education.

This series is specifically designed to provide practical and important technology-focused professional development to everyone!  You certainly need not be a "techie" to feel right at home learning in this setting.

This year we bring you six timely sessions:

  • Free and Low Cost Apps for Student Use
  • How to use Data and Institutional Tools in our Practice
  • Equipment Loaner Program Management
  • Making Math More Accessible: The WeBWorK Math Homework Management System
  • Shifting from a Paper-based to an Electronic Records System
  • Welcome to Campus: Accessible Online Maps

Offered from 3:00 - 4:30 pm ET, these sessions are a convenient and cost-effective way to bring campus staff together to learn best practices where technology and disability intersect.  As always with AHEAD programming, registration is per-site, not per-person; CART is always provided; and AHEAD members register at substantial savings.

Full details about the sessions, webinar set-up and registration information are available at:http://www.ahead.org/learn/virtual-learning/at_webinars_14_15

We look forward to 'meeting' and learning with you soon!

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NEWS AND ANNOUNCEMENTS

BBC.com: Blind Activists in Victorian Times


Disability is not a struggle: Panel discusses intersections between art, disability, bodies


Webinar Resource Now Available for “From the Global to the Local: Strategies for State and Local Human Rights Implementation”

 
Call audio, slides, speakers’ bios and other mentioned resources on engaging at the state and local levels are now available:
 
 
Questions re: accessibility, etc.?  Please contact: Yolande M. S. Tomlinson, Ph.D., National Education Coordinator: ytomlinson@ushrnetwork.org

 

Candidate Forum on Disability Issues

Learn the candidates’ positions on different issues that affect people with disabilities and seniors living in the City of Syracuse and Onondaga County.
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
1:00-4:00pm
Rosamond Gifford Community Room
518 James Street, Syracuse, NY
Topics to be covered:
Threats to Medicare & Medicaid
Food Stamp Cuts
Section 8 Housing
Rural Transportation
OPWDD Services
New Home Care Options
Accessible & Affordable Housing
Durable Medical Equipment
100 Bed Addition to the Justice Center
Forum Program
1:15-2:10 – Congressional Candidates
2:15-3:15 – Assembly Candidates
3:15-3:45 – County Sheriff Candidates
Free and open to the public
Refreshments and a sign-language interpreter will be provided
To Request accommodations
Call Sally (315) 410-3370  or Beata (315) 671-2929
This Candidate Forum is sponsored by:
AccessCNY
ARISE
Aurora of CNY
Disabled in Action
SU-Center on Human Policy
Self-Advocacy Association of NYS

Mad studies brings a voice of sanity to psychiatry

(Peter Beresford, The Guardian)

http://www.theguardian.com/society/2014/oct/07/mad-studies-voice-of-sanity-psychiatry

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