Disabled women's voices from the frontline
A Sisters of Frida event
Date: 9 July
Time: 11am - 4.30pm
Venue: Blackfriars Settlement, 1 Rushworth Street London, SE1 0RB,
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Lunch provided BSL interpreters
Come to hear disabled women who are great public speakers/performers. Among the speakers and performers:
KIRSTEN HEARN is a long time blind lesbian feminist activist. she is founder member of Sisters Against Disablement; Women’s tape over; Feminist audio Books, and an active member of a raft of other disability, women’s and LGBT rights campaigns.
SIMONE ASPIS is a disabled woman with over 20 years experience of successful campaigning for disabled peoples’ rights.
is interested in acting, writing, psychology and neuroscience, but her main goal in doing this is to try to help young disabled women acknowledge and understand themselves as individuals
MISS JACQUI came from a extremely creative family; She is fascinated by many different types of artforms. Theatre and music has always been a huge part of Miss Jacqui’s life.
ANNABEL CROWLEY will chair the day. Annabel grew up as a young carer, and started working in the field of disability at the age of 17.
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