On October 15 from 1-3 PM we are hosting an in person Arts based workshop to understand the experiences of young Black and racialized girls (and non binary youth) between the ages of 12-7, who also live with disabilities. This workshop will occur at the Workers' Art and Heritage Centre. It is paid and is part of a research study in collaboration with the Disabled Women's Network of Canada (DAWN) and the University of Guelph. See poster for more details and email email@example.com to sign up! This workshop will be facilitated by Sahra Soudi.
ID: The background is soft watercolour blobs in light purple, pink, blue, and yellow. On the top left is DJNO and DAWN Canada's logos. Below is text beside an illustration of a paintbrush that reads "Arts-Based Workshop for girls with disabilities. email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up." Below are 4 squares in the colours orange and purple with text about what to expect from the workshop. The date, location and time reads as "Saturday October 15th, 2022 at the Workers Arts and Heritage Centre from 1pm-3pm." On the bottom right is an illustration of a group of women and girls with disabilities.