“Mapping Safe Crip Spaces”
Maayan Ziv
Tuesday March 7th from 7:00-9:00pm
Eaton Lecture Hall (80 Gould Street), Room 204 

Mapping Safe Crip Spaces is an interactive workshop by disability activist and artist Maayan Ziv, who uses digital software to crowdsource and pinpoint accessible spacesacross Toronto. Maayan will explore the role that media plays in creating accessible communities, by sharing thoughts on how such a cultural shift can happen. Workshop participants will be asked to imagine media innovation and inclusivity for diverse communities. The event will be moderated by artist, organizer, researcher, and educator Dr. Eliza Chandler.

Maayan Zivis an activist, a photographer and an entrepreneur based in Toronto, Canada. From a young age, Maayan challenged norms and worked within her community to increase awareness of disability issues and improve accessibility.

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(Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouutzyhucxE)