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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 Beth Ribet (Repair), Jyoti Nanda (Golden Gate University School of Law), and Kaaryn Gustafson (UC Irvine School of Law). The panel was moderated by Rachel Lee (UCLA) and included commentary from Juliann Anesi (UCLA), Rabia Belt (Stanford Law), and Camille Nelson (University of Hawaii).