Centering Accessibility in All Spaces

Dr. Jennifer Stollman

Mar 19, 2024 - 12:00 pm

About the Session

According to the Census Bureau’s 2021 American Community Survey, about 42.5 million Americans (13%) identify as having a disability. Yet, disability continues to be the forgotten identity.

In this CLS discussion, Dr. Jennifer Stollman will discuss the importance of accessibility in all spaces where people work, live, and engage with one another, while dismantling ableism and sharing ways to build inclusivity at work, home, or in one’s surrounding community. Join for a much-needed discussion identifying the impacts of ableism and outline clear-cut strategies for disability advocacy.

About the Presenter

Dr. Jennifer Stollman has worked in college classrooms across the United States as a history professor specializing in individual and collective identities. Since 2012, she has worked with government, educational, and nonprofit organizations and communities to strengthen diversity, equity, and inclusion. She specializes in equity consulting with a focus on building more inclusive spaces in jobs, schools, and communities.


The views and opinions expressed in this webinar series are those of the presenters and do not necessarily reflect the views or positions of The Alluvial Collective. It is our goal to create spaces for a range of perspectives on the challenging issues facing our world today.

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