Events and Trainings

Disability Pride Month 2022 Events

2022 Disability Pride Ways to Get Involved

Maryland Thunder Wheelchair Lacrosse 2022 – Accessible (1)

Fireside Chat with Emily Ladau

Demystifying Disability: A Fireside Chat with Emily Ladau

Date: July 19 from 12:00 noon to 1:30 pm

Virtual format: Registration link for Demystifying Disability

Join us for a panel conversation with Emily in celebration of Disability Pride Month. ASL and CART will be provided. The first 100 registrants will be eligible to receive a free print or audio copy of Demystifying Disability.

 

Disability Pride Month Buttons are available (see details and locations)

Please join us in wearing buttons in recognition of Disability Pride Month. Two designs will be available for those who want to showcase their disability identity or show solidarity as an ally. The first button is an abstract version of the Disability Pride Flag and the second one should arrive later this week.

Buttons are available at both the E. Baltimore and Homewood campuses, and we will be getting a supply to the DC campus on Friday 7/15. Buttons are currently available at the Milton S. Eisenhauer Library (MSEL) Service Desk, SDS Homewood in Shaffer 101, and in The Ralph S. O’Connor Recreation & Well-Being Center Reception area. At E. Baltimore, the buttons are available at the Daily Ground locations listed below.

 Discounts are available to Disability Pride Month button wearers at the following businesses. A huge thank you to all of them for supporting the month and the participants!

Taharka Brothers Ice Cream (all three locations) – 10% discount

  • R.House 301 W 29th St, Baltimore, MD 21211
  • Broadway Market
  • Cross st. Market

Daily Grind at MRB/Ross and Armstrong (Armstrong Medical Education Building, 1600 McElderry St, Baltimore, MD 21205) locations – 10% discount

Previously Recorded Trainings:

Ableism and Unconscious Bias — How to Reframe Disability to Promote Equity on Campus — Webinar held Feb. 17, 2022

Presented by Amanda Kraus, Ph.D

Ableism and Unconscious Bias, Part 1 (For JHU community only)

Ableism and Unconscious Bias, Part 2 (For JHU community only)

Upcoming Trainings:

Please visit the Students for Disability Justice shared events calendar. If you’d like to add your group’s events to this page, please contact OIEDisability@jhu.edu.