Repair was pleased to partner with the UCLA Disability Studies program, the UCLA American Indian Studies Center, and the UCLA Gender Studies Program, in sponsoring a 2016 speaker series on the UCLA Campus, focused on sharing insights and research related to social justice praxis. Our target audiences included practitioners, and students in multiple professions. For those who were not able to attend live events, all are video-archived, and available to view at no charge through Repair via our media archive. NetCE will also provide options to secure continuing education credit for practitioners who access the recordings and accompanying materials.
- Frontlines: Policing at the Nexus of Race and Mental Health
- Biopolitics, Aging and the Struggle for Indigenous Elsewhere
- Trying Times: Disability, Activism, and Education in Samoa
- Birth Matters: Research Justice and Black Life
- The Emperor's New Genes - Science, Race, Justice, and the Allure of Objectivity
- Justice is Our Medicine: Ecology, Disability and Health
Click here to download the program.