Race, Disability, and Mental Health Rights

Race Disability and Mental Health rights-October 22 2020

On October 22, 2020, we held our 6th forum in our series, Race, Disability, and Mental Health Rights. This event's purpose was to discuss the intersectionality of Race, Disability, and Mental Health. We were excited to have 87 students, faculty, staff, alumni, community, and national audience members in attendance. Panelist, Julie Jodoin-Krauzyk, Director of Disability Services at Bristol Community College, gave a powerful presentation that led audience members through the history of Disability and Mental Health from ancient times to the present day. Moderator, Robert Delaleu, Director of Multicultural Affairs and Interim SSEM Leader at Bristol Community College, led a panel discussion highlighted by students, alumni, and professionals who identify or work within the areas of Disability and Mental Health. The panel provided friendly conversation that included personal stories, data, and reflection on their own intersection of these identities.

Watch the forum recording below.


Race, Disability, and Mental Health Rights
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