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|Cripping The Queer: Intersections of Race, Disability & Queerness|
|Date||Monday December 05|
|Time||7:00 PM - 9:00 PM|
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1798 Scenic Ave., Berkeley, CA, 94709
PSR Chapel (Pacific School of Religion)
|Event Type||Panel Discussion|
|Organizer/Author||DisAbled Student Union of PSR @ GTU|
WHAT: Cripping The Queer: A Conversation with Karen Nakamura and Corbett Joan OToole (more details below)
WHEN/WHERE: On Monday Dec. 5th 7-9PM @ PSR Chapel -- 1798 Scenic Ave., Berkeley, CA, 94709 on the top of "Holy Hill" at Le Conte Ave. and Scenic.
HOSTED BY: The DisAbled Student Union of PSR @ GTU (Pacific School of Religion at the Graduate Theological Union)
Cripping The Queer: A Conversation with Karen Nakamura and Corbett Joan OToole
Join Karen and Corbett as they examine the borderlands of race, disability, queer, and class. Spanning 40 years of disability history and two continents, they explore the intersections of identity, cultural and visual histories of disabled people.
Karen Nakamura, Ph.D. is a cultural and visual anthropologist at UC Berkeley working in Anthropology and Disability Studies. Corbett Joan OToole is a disability activist and elder who documents American disability rights history.
(Marquis) Dru Johnson
Co-convener of DisAbled Student Union of PSR @ GTU