YOU ARE INVITED TO THE UIC DISABILITY CULTURAL CENTER (DCC) PREMIERE
A DAY OF PERFORMANCE, LIBRARY AND COMMUNITY DISPLAY OF RESOURCES
DR. CARRIE SANDAHL PRESENTS:
WHAT IS DISABILITY CULTURE?
AN OVERVIEW OF THE DISABILITY CULTURE INTERNATIONAL MOVEMENT INTERWOVEN WITH SHORT PERFORMANCES OF LEADING CHICAGO ARTISTS WITH DISABILITIES
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11TH
10:30 AM. TO 12:30 PM.
RICHARD J. DALEY LIBRARY
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Don’t forget that there is a breakfast for students preceding the premiere!
BREAKFAST WITH UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS!
THE DISABILITY CULTURAL CENTER (DCC) INVITES YOU TO OUR PREMIERE BREAKFAST TO CONNECT WITH OTHER STUDENTS AND LEARN ABOUT DISABILITY CULTURE AT UIC
This is a unique opportunity to understand how disability is present across communities and UIC campus life. This event is open to all students whether you identify as a student with a disability or as an ally. You are also welcome to join us for the remaining activities of the Fall Semester DCC Premiere Opening Day!
Date: Tuesday, September 11
Time: 9:00 – 10:00 am.
Location: Disability Cultural Center at Richard Daley Library, Room 1-461.
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