Developing vs. Developed Countries and Accessibility
Part 1: Developing vs. Developed Countries and Accessibility (read and watch the videos in this section)
Generate a solution/improvement to campus accessibility. (i.e. wheel chair accessible bathrooms, accessible dorms, blind access to ATMs for English and other languages, access to transportation like the campus shuttle, access to subways, food access, accessibility services, classrooms, labs and other spaces, changes to the campus culture/climate, access to social activities/clubs/associations, campus signage, low/no stimulation areas, service animals allowed without question, scent-free environments, space for pronouns on name badges, image descriptions, transcripts, captions on television, large print versions of handouts, chairs available, signs for events that include accessibility information or information on who to contact if there’s an accessibility need for that event.)
Walk around the SF campus. Describe two successes and two failures in terms of accessibility. What steps do you propose be taken to make our SF campus more accessible?
What does radical inclusion mean to you in terms of disabilities? Do you see this reflected at san Francisco state?
1. Since the SF campus is doing construction certain areas is hard for someone to get around with a wheelchair, they need to go around the whole building.
2. The chemistry lab is inconvenience for people in a wheelchair. Not that much space to glide in. students have to move out the way…
1. Restroom are accessible for people in a wheelchair on campus
2. People with a disability have access to transportation, the shuttle
Part 2: Language Accessibility for Deaf and Hard of Hearing (read and watch the videos in this section)
How could you use your #Hearing Privilege to improve access for deaf and hard of hearing people in the Us and abroad? View the #Hearing Privilege tweets here.
See below reading and videos/chart page 3
Intersections with Gender
· File Female genital mutilation as sexual disability perceptions of women and their spouses in Akure Ondo State Nigeria.pdf Female genital mutilation as sexual disability perceptions of women and their spouses in Akure Ondo State Nigeria.pdf - Alternative Formats (1.085 MB)
· File Thematic study on the issue of violence against women and girls and disability.pdf Thematic study on the issue of violence against women and girls and disability.pdf - Alternative Formats (312.58 KB)
· File Disabled Masculinity Disabled Masculinity - Alternative Formats (2.602 MB)
Articles: (see atttached)
R: Disabled Masculinity
R: Thematic study on the issues of violence against women and girls and disability
R: Female genital mutilation as sexual disability: perceptions of women and their spouses in Akure, Ondo State, Nigeria
R: Gender and Disability
W: Episode 13: Divided States of Motherhood (06:53)
Infographic: “Sexual Assault and Disability”