Please join the Black and Disabled community to protest systemic ableism, racism, and police brutality at Spirit Plaza followed by a march around Campus Martius for justice. This event will be disability centered and lead.

If you would like to volunteer, please click here:
https://c4dj.org/blm

ACCOMMODATIONS:
If you are in need of accommodations, please reach out to the the organizers listed below.

AGENDA:
• Meet at Spirit Plaza at 4 pm
• Speakers at 4:30 pm
• March at 5:10 pm


LOGISTICS:
• Parking: On street; please be mindful of meters
• Bathrooms: Please use before arrival
• Space: Spirit Plaza is physically accessible
• Sound: We will have a bullhorn on-hand
• Interpretation: We will have an American Sign Language (ASL) interpreter on-hand
• Water: We will have plastic water bottles available, however personal water bottles are preferred as to reduce waste
• Food: Snacks will be available
• Sanitation: Hand sanitizer will be available
• Lawyers: We are requesting the National Lawyers Guild be on-hand


REQUESTS:
• Please wear masks at all times
• Please wash hands before arrival
• Please social distance during this event
• Please refrain from bringing firearms to this event


CORONAVIRUS:
People with disabilities are at a greater risk of coronavirus infection than their non-disabled counterparts. If you have any of the following symptoms, please refrain from attending this event in person: fever, cough, shortness of breath. Additionally, if you have two of the following symptoms, please refrain from attending as well: fever, chills, repeated shaking with chills, muscle pain, headache, sore throat, new loss of taste or smell

LIVE-STREAM
Unable to attend in person? We will have Facebook streaming of our speakers and ASL interpreter available. Note: our live-streamer will wear identifiable clothing for anyone apprehensive about being captured on camera.

CONTACT
Are you seeking accommodations? Would you like to speak at the event? Or do you have a question, comment, or concern? Please email the point of contacts below:

Lead organizer: Teddy Dorsette, Teddy(at)DetroitDisabilityPower.org

Ally: Jeffrey Nolish, Jeffrey(at)DetroitDisabilityPower.org

Thank you to our event sponsors: Collective 4 Disability Justice, Michigan Deaf Association, and Detroit Disability Power!

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