Disability Resource Center Events
The Disability Resource Center at Purdue is always looking for new ways to engage students of all backgrounds. One way we do that is by hosting a variety of events for students, meant to bring us together and form a larger community. Below is a timeline of upcoming events, which you are more than welcome to attend.
Student Advisory Committee - Meeting
09/25/2019, 5:15 - 6:15pm, WALC 3138
The Student Advisory Committee (SAC) for the DRC is a recognized Purdue student organization that is open to all students. The purpose of SAC is to inform the University about the disability experience with a goal of breaking down barriers. This will be achieved through student panel discussions, tabling evetns, hosting movie nights and discussions, participation in a "book club," and more. If you are unable to join, you can find us on Boilerlink or email us at email@example.com.
Piss on Pity: We will ride
09/25/2019, 7:30 - 9:30 pm, Third Street Suites Room 159
Piss on Pity is a film that explores the origins of ADAPT, a radical disability rights group which has helped forge the United States' disability rights agenda since 1983, fought for civil rights legislature and public policy, and has encouraged disabled people to organize and mobilize for over thirty fve years. A discussion on the flm will follow the screening.
Making the Invisible Visible: A discussion on invisible disabilities
10/09/2019, 4:00 - 6:00 pm, BRNG Room B222
The majority of disabilities on college campuses are invisible. This discussion is focused on the awareness of invisible disabilities, how they are portrayed in every day life, and how you can be an ally to someone living with an invisible disability.
Disability: A different kind of coming out
10/18/2019, 11:00 am - 4:00 pm, LGBTQ Center (SCHL Room 230)
Joining the LGBTQ Center in observing National Coming Out Day, the Disability Resource Center is hosting a Fab Friday arts and craft session to inspire refection and conversation around self-disclosure and identity experienced by LGBTQ and disabled people alike.
11/06/2019, 4:00 - 6:00 pm, BRNG Room B222
Disabled people represent the most diverse population in the world. Despite this reality, disability is portrayed as a homogeneous identity void of racial, sexual, and gender diversity. The intent of this interactive discussion is to amplify the voices and perspectives of diverse disabled identities.
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