Cambridge SU Disabled Students' Campaign is hosting a panel talk for Disability History Month, bringing together several speakers to talk about Disability History and Activism across different periods of history.
Kyle Lewis Jordan is a postgraduate student at UCL's Institute of Archaeology, studying the Archaeology and Heritage of Egypt and the Middle East. A Snowdon Trust Masters Scholar, he is currently working on his thesis, which looks at the presence and role of disability and bodily difference in the formation of early court society in Egypt. He is also on the Advisory Council of the British Museum, and has twice served as Disabled Students Officer for Students Union UCL.
Rachel O'Brien is a workplace rep for Unite the Union at the Deaf and Disabled People's Organisation Inclusion London, where she does public affairs. She is also a member of the Sisters of Frida steering group.
A third speaker TBA.
The meeting will be hosted on Zoom, with live captioning. The meeting will have a BSL interpreter. There will be an access break part way through the event.
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Meeting ID: 831 0881 1494