A Canadian disability rights movement that reflects and represents the lived experiences of racialized people with disabilities
To promote inclusion of racialized people with disabilities through anti-oppressive practice, research, representation and collaboration
Canadian Alliance on Race and Disability
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First ever Forum on Intersection of race and accessibility in Canada
Organizers expect more than 150 delegates to attend CARD One day forum on Intersection of race and accessibility on March 21, 2018. This is the first of its kind to be held in Canada. It coincides with the UN International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination to highlight the intersectionality of race and disability.
- To facilitate an alliance of ethno cultural and racialized networks of individuals with disabilities
- To represent racialized individuals and organizations with disabilities in consultations and conversations about disability at a local provincial and national level
- To engage and empower racialized individuals with disabilities to participate in the public discourse on disability
- To produce and disseminate information on the intersection of race and disability with other identity markers
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