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2 weeks ago

RadMad Disability Lab at UC Berkeley
Join us Wednesday for a discussion led by disabled artists and advocates Carmen Papalia & Joselia Hughs! It’ll be both on campus at our lab and on zoom (link in bio).@ joseliahughes and carmenpapalia.com/[Id: A white flyer with black text and orange geometric line detailing behind portraits of Carmen and Joselia. Carmen is in the top right with light skin, slight smirk, cane, and tan brimmed hat. Joselia rests in the bottom left eyeing the right side of the poster. She has dark skin and a short afro with 2 small orange and blue clips. She wears a fur coat, thin rimmed glasses, and dangly earrings. Text reads in bold, large font Pain Series with Carmen Papalia and Joselia Hughs. In a smaller font, When: Wednesday, July 27th at 12:00pm PST Where: Zoom (link in bio) and in-person at Hearst Field Annex D-1, followed by, What do you want the wider culture to know about what it means to live with pain? What kinds of community care do you rely on when you’re in pain? Join us online or in person for a community-focused afternoon discussion examining these questions and more with disabled artists Carmen Papalia and Joselia Hughes.]#DisabilityPride #ADA #ADAAnniversary #DisabilityJustice #DisabilityRights #pain #chronicpain See MoreSee Less
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3 months ago

RadMad Disability Lab at UC Berkeley
The lab has more exciting news! Congratulations to our wonderful lab manager, @nate.tilton, the 2022 recipient of the prestigious Assoc of People w/Disabilities] Paul G. Hearne Emerging Leader Award..Image description: Award announcement post with light blue/purple background. Text reads: “Congratulations Nate, our show stopping lab manager!!, Nate is the recipient of the 2022 AAPD’s Paul G Hearne emerging leader award for his work with the veterans independent research Organization (VIRO) with Chun Yu (Chris) Wan, and Celebrate our incredible lab manager and at the Association of People w/ Disabilities Gala Thursday, April 28 at 3:30 PM PDT (link it Assoc of People w/Disabilities] bio)”. There are 2 pictures of Nate Tilton, one outside with trees and grass behind him and his yellow lab, Starlyn, laying her nose on his knee. He is smiling with dark black hair, sunglasses, and a black hoodie. The other picture is inside the lab, with Nate demo-ing something on a laptop. There is a speakerphone outline in the bottom left, followed by AAPD (the American Association of People with Disabilities)’s logo, and colorful balloons in the bottom right See MoreSee Less
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4 months ago

RadMad Disability Lab at UC Berkeley
Here is a quick glance at one of the teams that will be at this semester’s showcase! In collaboration with the Leonardo CripTech’s own fellows, Moira Williams, meet a few of the members on Team Water-Access Intimacies: Jeanne, Julie, and Eleanor! This project explores how ecologies of access intimacy and water intimacy inform and shape policies of accessible ways to the water, through co-creating an accessible mobile water-lab. #disability..[slide 1 Image Description]: A light blue background with water on the corners of a graphic shows a member intro of Eleanor Mayes, on Team Water-Access Intimacies. Text reads: 1st year graduate student, mastering in design. Pronouns: she/her/hers. Answering the question, “What makes the lab special?” She states, “Everyone is super passionate and driven. It’s really nice to be in an accepting and up-to-date community.” A picture of Eleanor is on the left with short dark brown hair, circle glasses, smiling...[slide 2 Image Description]: A light blue background with water on the corners of a graphic shows a member intro of lead Jeanne Peabody, on Team Water-Access Intimacies. Text reads: Senior majoring in conservation and resource studies, public health, and minoring in disability studies. Pronouns: she/her/hers or they/them. Answering the question, “What makes the lab special?” She states, “A disability centered maker space is my dream come true! Design has always been a passion of mine but I didn’t have all the tools/language.ideas/guidance for access before the lab.” A picture of Jeanne is on the left with shoulder length dark brown hair, smiling in front of a grassy field and blue sky...[slide 3 Image Description]: A light blue background with water on the corners of a graphic shows a member intro of Julie Wang, on Team Water-Access Intimacies. Text reads: Sophomore majoring in energy engineering. Pronouns: she/her/hers. Text then reads: “Fun fact about Julie!” She states: “I love eating fruits and I eat them religiously.” A picture of Julie is on the left with shoulder length dark brown hair, in a dark green and yellow jacket, with glasses. See MoreSee Less
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Hello to any DSP Trio students that follow this page!! The Lab will be hosting a Research Showcase and Infosession on December 6th at 12 p.m. via Zoom. Come learn how to get involved with our lab! ✨ DM us or Trio for the zoom link, we will also be hosting or participating in other events on how to get into research at Cal next semester, so follow for more updates! See MoreSee Less
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Presenting: our lab in polaroid form! Today’s labwide meeting comprised of project developments- (1) RAMP is awaiting survey responses (forms.gle/yCwsFH6JB6Tu4HDX6) and making progress on their platform that maps accessibility (2) PositiveAir is almost done with a video tutorial of their super cool emergency DIY respirator and filtration system (3) Sensible is working on inputs/outputs of accessible tech to foster joy and fun pathways to learn programming and tangible skills for disabled youth (4) Discussing next semester’s wonderful fellows and the cool work, tech, art, and collaboration we are planning See MoreSee Less
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