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Alice Sheppard and Jerron Herman receive Ford Foundation honors

UCLA’s Dancing Disability Lab participants Alice Sheppard and Jerron Herman have been named among twenty Disability Futures Fellows by the Ford Foundation in partnership with the Andrew Mellon Foundation. Alice joined the 2019 inaugural inclusion lab, Dancing Disability, as an instructor and facilitator and returned for the 2020 lab to lead a second cohort. She … Continued

Panel explores connections between Critical Race and Disability Theory

The UCLA School of Law hosted a discussion on Critical Race Theory and Disability Theory on February 22, 2020, co-sponsored with Repair, the UCLA Center for the Study of Women, and the UCLA School of Law Critical Race Studies. The discussion focused on a paper-in-progress called Critical Race/Disability Theory: An Introduction and Roadmap authored by … Continued

UCLA launches first-ever Disability Law Journal

Community members from across the university came together to celebrate the launch of the Disability Law Journal on April 24, 2019. The UCLA Disability Law Journal (DLJ) is the first of its kind and represents the efforts by students and faculty from the UCLA School of Law and English department to centralize scholarship on disability … Continued