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Community Conversations: Don’t Dis My Ability – Disability in Film

Community Conversations: Don’t Dis My Ability – Disability in Film

A panel discussion on how disabilities are portrayed in film. Are these portrayals accurate? What do they say about society and society’s perceptions? Has perception changed over time and in what ways?

Community Conversations is an academic program that is one of the Living Learning Initiatives of University Housing in partnership with the Clark Honors College, the Oregon Humanities Center, and Undergraduate Studies. The goal of Community Conversations is to stimulate intellectual curiosity, critical thinking, contrarian debate, and articulate discourse among the 3,300+ residential students at the University of Oregon.


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