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4 Ways to Fight Ableism With Kids Books: #LiberatingWebinars

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#LiberatingWebinars: Autistic Women & Nonbinary Network Featuring Raising Luminaries

Join the Autistic Women & Nonbinary Network [AWN] for a discussion with Ashia Ray of Raising Luminaries on how to discuss disability justice with young children.


TBD: Video Recording

A recording of Monday, September 30, 2021 webinar will be uploaded here after the ASL and text captioning has been added.

 


Slides

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Speakers

Lei Wiley-Mydske

[She/They] Lei is an Autistic activist, wife and homeschooling mom. Lei is also the director and founder of the Ed Wiley Autism Acceptance Lending Library, which serves the communities of Stanwood & Camano Island, WA by lending books and materials that promote the ideas of autism acceptance, social justice, disability rights and neurodiversity.

Ashia Ray

[They/She] Ashia is a multiracial Autistic disability rights educator and the Head Custodian of Raising Luminaries, founder of Books for Littles, and co-founder of the Student Ignition Society. They are an Autistic mom born and raised on the traditional lands of the Wampanoag and Massachusett people, currently homeschooling a 7- and 9-year-old.


Webinar Workbook

Download the PDF workbook.

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Additional Resources

Companion resources for the discussions during our webinar, including recommended kids book lists. New relevant resources will be added once the recording with interpretations is up.

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