This 90-minute webinar is an introduction to disability identity, history, intersectionality, and movements for Disability Justice in school.  We will include activities that expose histories of ableism in schools and introduce you to disabled activist movements.

Real-time captioning of the webinar will be provided. Please contact us at if you have other accessibility needs.

This course is facilitated by Adina Rosenberg & Sarah Arvey, collaborators on the One Out of Five: Disability History and Pride Project. Learn more about Sarah & Adina's partnership in this featured article from the 2020 edition of Research That Matters. 

Want to learn more? Join us for a deep dive into Disability Justice in our three-session course in April.

Webinar Details

  • Participants will meet online Sunday, March 7, 2021 from 2:00-3:30pm. A Zoom link will be provided upon registration.
  • The fee for this webinar is $20. Individuals paying for their own registration out-of-pocket may select the discounted rate of $10. If you would like to support someone else to participate, you can select the $30 rate to contribute towards registration scholarships. We aim to make this webinar available to all; please contact us at if these fees present a financial burden for you.
  • Your registration fee includes 1.5 clock hours.
  • Registration is limited to 100 participants. Please join our waitlist if the course becomes full. We will contact you in the event that a seat becomes available or an additional date/time of the course is created.  For questions, please contact

Course Objectives

Participants will... 

  • Reflect on their understanding of disability as an identity and social justice issue
  • Learn about Disability Justice as a framework to discuss disability in our schools and communities
  • Leave the session with concrete tools and examples of how to integrate disability history and pride into K-12 curriculum, as well as family and community learning