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The Edward Rushton Lecture: The Language of Disability

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Venue Online
Admission Free
Start Time 19:00
End Time 20:00

Since 2014 DaDaFest have delivered an annual lecture to keep alive the passion and fire demonstrated by Edward Rushton, a poet, activist, abolitionist and disabled man.

The lecture is free and held online, 7pm, 3 December, booking is essential. You can book here.

It will be online this year, but promises to be as fascinating as ever: Keynote speaker, Deborah Williams, will be giving a performance lecture on the subject ‘The Language of Disability’ before joining a discussion with a panel of invited guests including Ono Dafedjaiye and Marie Tidbal.

The event will consist of:

· a key note lecture delivered by Deborah (approx. 45 mins)

· a break (15-20 mins) where attendees will get an opportunity to wander round the rooms in the virtual space

· a Panel Discussion looking in more depth at the issues raised during the lecture.

The Panellists will be Deborah Williams, Ono Dafedjaiye, Marie Tidball.

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