Apr 16

1:00pm - 4:00pm

Join us for an afternoon of film screenings, a panel discussion, and hands-on activities supporting Climate & Disability Justice!

Not to miss, the official launch of the film Cripping Climate Adaptation: Disability Justice and Climate Change, directed and written by Karina Cardona, Erika Macpherson, and Laura Cameron.

Film screenings will be followed by a panel discussion and Q & A.

Take part in interactive activities including Climate and Disability Justice advocacy stations and an adaptive family friendly art-making activity in Eckhardt Hall.

This free afternoon event is presented by WAG-Qaumajuq, Climate West, and the Prairie Climate Center.

Cripping Climate Adaptation: Disability Justice and Climate Change

Climate issues and disability justice collide. Are we thinking about the unique needs of people with disabilities and including them in climate adaptation?

(2022, 13:15 min)
Directors: Karina Cardona, Erika MacPherson, Laura Cameron
Producer: Ian Mauro, Prairie Climate Centre
Descriptive Audio Link: https://youtu.be/vUDsjqmQWu4

Featured Interviews:

Karina Cardona
Gregor Wolbring
Allen Mankewich
Nancy Hansen
Sébastien Jodoin
Deb Patterson
Kevin Johnson

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