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Category: Advising & Consulting
“I’m One of the Good Ones”: Ugly Laws, Survival, and the Power of Celebrating Things that Aren’t Pretty
It was just me understanding that if I am a coded as being societally “ugly” in specific ways that I will not receive the care and treatment I need. So, I told myself, “I have to be the most attractive sick person, the most able-bodied-looking sick person.” Adding on to that, I also am expected to complain about not being able to aerial dance and do exercise shit. So that people really know that I’m one of the good ones, the one that they should save.
Award-wining viral curator and poet Natasha Marin follows up her acclaimed Black Imagination with a new collection of sharply rendered, breathtaking reflections form more than one hundred Black voices.Black Powerful explores the monumental reliance, joy, and triumph of Black People everywhere. Claudia Alick is featured in the collection.
June 28 2022. 9-10am PST 12-1pm EST 1 hour. Anticipated 30 participants. Claudia Alick led presentation on disabled justice and accessibility in theater Facilitated by Access
Hear firsthand about the needs and challenges faced by neurodivergent and disabled artists working in the Pacific Northwest. Learn from their varied experiences and discover ways we can all bring greater accessibility, inclusion and representation to our creative community at large. Moderated by Claudia Alick with panelists.
resources, share skill sets, and get inspired by a shared focus and dedication to our shared liberation. These are digital spaces where we can have exchange regularly.