Successfully advocating for the rights of women, girls, and LGBTQIA+ people requires an understanding of how these identities intersect with disability. How are the disability rights and disability justice movements intertwined with feminist and LGBTQIA+ activism? Where are the connections between disability and reproductive rights, economic security, and gender-based violence? Join New York Women’s Foundation President and CEO Ana Oliveira in conversation with disability activists to learn about the intersections between disability-, gender-, and sexuality-related oppression and to explore philanthropy’s role in supporting meaningful community-based solutions to advance equity.
This free webinar is the third of a four-part series focusing on the intersections of disability with key issues, made possible by the Presidents’ Council on Disability Inclusion in Philanthropy.
CART will be provided. If you require another accommodation to fully participate in the webinar, please note it in your registration, or contact Pat Daley at firstname.lastname@example.org or 312-970-9394.
About the Panelists
Moderator: Ana Oliveria, President and CEO of the New York Women’s Foundation and member of the Presidents’ Council on Disability Inclusion in Philanthropy
Ana Oliveira has worked in the health and human services field for over 22 years, developing programs for vulnerable populations throughout NYC. Under her leadership, the New York Women’s Foundation has established itself as the key institutional opinion leader on issues facing women, girls, and their families in New York City.
Speakers to be announced!