Please note, some of this content was published prior to October 2022 and contains out of date language. The phrase “special needs” is no longer in current use on any of our platforms. We know that language is no substitute for action, but we hope this change will reflect our commitment to creating an inclusive environment for the communities we serve.
When They See Us: Intersectionality and Ableism in Special Education
ABLE Assembly Conference Session Materials
Anti-ableism; inclusive spaces; accessible spaces; artistic expression; whole body listening
ABLE Arts Resource Center Terms
ABLE Arts Resource Center; ABLE Assembly; Multiple Disabilities; Visual Arts; Integrated Arts; Dance; Movement; Pre-School; Elementary School(K-6); Middle School (6-8); High School (9-12); Higher Education; Accessibility; Inclusion; Intersectionality; Ableism; Representation
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Documentation contains a presentation transcript. Zip file contains an article, presentation slides, and Documentation.
Greenberg, A., & Liles-Amponsah, A. (2021). When They See Us: Intersectionality and Ableism in Special Education. Retrieved from https://remix.berklee.edu/able-assembly-conference/68