Diversity & Cultural Competency

A Fantastic Day of Reflection with Barbara Ransom at TASH’s Outstanding Leadership in Disability Law Symposium and Awards Dinner!

(left to right) Ruby Moore, Barbara Ransom, and Ruthie-Marie Beckwith pose for a photo after Barbara Ransom was presented with her award.

On Thursday, July 25th, TASH hosted our third annual Outstanding Leadership in Disability Law Symposium and Awards Dinner. This year’s honoree is Barbara Ransom. It was an enlightening and emotional time to learn from the experts and the experienced, catch up with colleagues and old friends, and to make new connections to foster further progress… read more

TASH Annual Conference Preview: Inclusion Means Diversity and Cultural Competency

The TASH Amplified logo: a line illustration of a desktop microphone with the TASH Möbius strip inlayed.

Season 1, Episode 16 — 27 November 2016 About this episode Natalie Holdren discusses sessions she will be presenting at the Annual Conference addressing cultural and linguistic competency for school staff working with parents of diverse backgrounds on their students’ Individualized Education Programs, how to make your TASH chapter more inclusive and tools to help… read more

#CripTheVote and Online Disability Activism

The TASH Amplified logo: a line illustration of a desktop microphone with the TASH Möbius strip inlayed.

Season 1, Episode 14 — 10 November 2016 About this episode We talk with Alice Wong and Andrew Pulrang about their numerous projects, most importantly #CripTheVote and the Disability Visibility Project. We discuss the election, the affordances of online collaboration and activism, intersectionality and disability, and the importance of culture, not just politics. Be sure… read more