Real Talk, Good Action
Deaf Women’s Journey: Obstacles and Successes
April 27, 7-8:30p ET
To learn more about the organizations represented:
- (National) Black Deaf Advocates is hosting their conference in Birmingham, AL – August 8-13, 2023
- Deaf Women of Color is hosting their conference in Milwaukee, WI – June 2024
- Deaf Women United is hosting their conference in Chicago, IL – July 26-30, 2023
- Mayra Castrejon-Hernandez
- Rosavetta Jackson
- Zellie Jones
This panel will include deaf women with different backgrounds who will share their stories about their upbringing, facing obstacles, and successes. Panelists will share different experiences from different times in their lives. This webinar will be moderated by Cookie J. Brand and include representatives from Black Deaf Advocates, Deaf Women of Color, and Deaf Women United. Please consider a donation to the BIPOC membership section so we can continue our advocacy efforts and plan important events like this series.
Previous Webinars in this Series
- The Healing Process, Part 1 | January 27, 2022
- Black Deaf Excellence | February 24, 2022
- The Healing Process, Part 2 | March 24, 2022
- The Other Side | April 21, 2022
- Interrupting and Dismantling the Institutional Racism | June 9, 2022
- Intersecting LGBTQIA2S+ Identities and Anti-Racism Work | June 16, 2022
- What is Invisible Racism? | August 18, 2022
- The Indigenous Deaf Community | November 17, 2022
- Real Talk, Good Action: Black Deaf Perspective | February 23, 2023
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