Dance Lesson: Using Dance to Lead Intersectionality and Anti-Ableism in our Groups
Group is an intricate dance between members and facilitators, identities and experiences, and the here-and-now. Intersectionality is a complex tango between discrimination, marginalization and social inequities. In this interactive event, attendees will experience the performance of ZCO/DANCEPROJECT which was founded and artistically directed by Zazel-Chavah O’Garra, MSW. Zazel, a brain tumor survivor, created this physically integrated dance company to encourage the integration and inclusion of people with disabilities in dance and in society. Relatedly, attendees will explore concepts of ableism and intersectionality, engage their embodied experience, and in experiential components explore how to choreograph their and members’ steps toward including all aspects of members’ identities, including ability status, in group.
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