Photo by Travis Magee.

PAST workshop

[Virtual] Introduction to Disability Justice 101: Kayla Hamilton and India Harville

Kayla Hamilton


India Harville

4:00pm – 5:30pm
February 25, 2023
  • This is a Free [Virtual] workshop brought to you by the Artist of Color Council.
  • This is Part one of a three series workshop.
  • This session includes auditive guidance.
  • CART and ASL will be available.
  • Automated Closed Captioning through Zoom is available.

This FREE workshop is brought to you by
the Artist of Color Council.

[Virtual] Introduction to Disability Justice 101
by Kayla Hamilton and guest teacher India Harville.

This is part one in a series of three workshops led by Kayla Hamilton. Participants can register for any/all in the series.


Artists and people of color are highly encouraged to register.

Workshop Description

Introduction to Disability Justice 101 Participants will explore the ten principles of Disability Justice, coined by Sins Invalid, through conversation and movement invitations. We will use these principles to deepen our connection, relationships and acceptance of every. Body.

Accessibility Notes

-This class includes auditive guidance.
-Automated Closed Captioning through Zoom is available.

For access-related questions and requests, please contact [email protected], subject line “Kayla Hamilton".

[Image Description: This is a black & white dance image of Kayla Hamilton, who is a dark-skinned black woman. She is in front of a textured wall that has horizontal layers. She has her arms slightly to her side as her head is tilting back with her dreads moving back with her. She is wearing a diagonally striped long sleeve shirt with pants. Photo by: Travis Magee]



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India Harville

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