queercrip mycology workshops.

 
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what is done: ableism.

start learning what ableism is and how it is perpetuated in order to address it appropriately and effectively.

"what is done: ableism." explores how and why ableism undergirds much of what is considered "normal" or acceptable across political and social divides, including how it has long been used to justify or excuse biases and violence against disabled people and other marginalized, non–disabled groups.

workshops are 1.5 to 3 hours of facilitated discussion.

3 hours is the recommended length to allow a rich discussion of the topic.

we will not do: (in)accessibility.

start learning what it means to support disabled people in all aspects of your workplace, organization, collective, or community.

"we will not do: (in)accessibility." wades into what access is, why it is essential, and what is lost when it is lacking. this is a cultural and physical examination, as access is about both social and physical freedom and barriers. 


groups often find follow–up conversations, consultations, and/or workshops beneficial in beginning to apply what is learned in this workshop to their workplace, collective, or community. this can be arranged at initial booking or after the workshop has taken place.

workshops are 1.5 to 3 hours of facilitated discussion.

3 hours is the recommended length to allow a rich discussion of the topic.

unto others: disability culture & history.

start learning the ways disability culture is informed by a history of violent exclusion and still is a place of deep joy and welcome.

"unto others: disability culture & history." examines how, for much of what is considered modern history, disabled people have been forcibly isolated, excluded, and killed by manner of policy and extrajudicially—and, in this time, disabled people have been resisting by keeping one another alive, advocating for change through the legal system and civil disobedience, and growing our understanding of what it means to be in solidarity with one another and other marginalized and oppressed peoples. 

this workshop will by necessity contain conversation of death at the hands of the state and individuals, eugenicist policy and violence (including how it impacts non–disabled Black and Indigenous people), and institutionalization and its related violences. it will also contain disabled joy, discussion on the development and growth of Disability Justice, and ideas on how disability culture & history can inform all resistance and pursuits for justice.

workshops are 1.5 to 3 hours of facilitated discussion.

3 hours is the recommended length to allow a rich discussion of the topic.

workshop series:
what is done we will not do unto others.

schedule all three of queercrip mycology's ableism, (in)accessibility, and disability culture & history workshops as a series and access 2 hours of complementary consultation at the end. 

at the end of the workshop series, we will sit down to discuss how the topics are applicable to your organization, collective, or community; any changes you want to make and how to prioritize and implement them; what supports you can access in doing so; and other topics we can identify on an individual basis.

workshops are offered at QM's regular sliding scale rates.

each workshop is 1.5 to 3 hours long, with 3 hours being the recommended

length of time for a full, rich discussion.