In honor of the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Disability Rights Center – NH and the Institute on Disability at UNH are co-hosting a FREE, public webinar, Disability and the Media, on Wednesday, July 22 from 12-1:30 PM ET. Panelists will discuss disability representation in mainstream and social media, and practical strategies for amplifying the voices of people with disabilities in both traditional and non-traditional media outlets.
Panelists (from left): Andrew Pulrang is a freelance writer on disability, an online activist, and a former Center for Independent Living director. Imani Barbarin is a disability rights and inclusion activist and speaker who uses her voice and social media platforms to create conversations engaging the disability community. Emily Ladau is a disability rights activist, writer, speaker, and communications consultant.
The discussion will be moderated by Dan Habib, documentary filmmaker at the Institute on Disability at UNH, who was a photojournalist for 20 years prior to joining the IOD in 2008. Sponsors also include the NH Council on Developmental Disabilities and the NH Bar Foundation.
The webinar will be live captioned.
July 22, 12-1:30 pm ET: REGISTER NOW