Prioritizing Accessibility in Advocacy

Prioritizing Accessibility in Advocacy

Session Type(s): Training

Training Tag(s): Grassroots Organizing/Campaigns

Starts: Friday, Jul. 14 2:45 PM (Central)

Ends: Friday, Jul. 14 3:45 PM (Central)

Room: Waldorf

Prioritizing accessibility is critical to addressing ableism in both our advocacy and the systems we are working to change. People with disabilities make up 1 of 4 adults in the United States. But our country’s systems of communication, transportation, work and democracy were too often built without disabled people in mind and create barriers that exclude millions in our communities. Join this training on accessibility in advocacy to learn practical and meaningful ways to make your work more accessible and inclusive of the diverse disability community.


Alexia Kemerling


Alexia serves as the REV UP Coalitions Coordinator, working to build the power of the disability vote. Her background is in disability grassroots organizing at the local level and in state policy. She is passionate about accessibility and disability justice. She finds joy in humor and occasionally writes for the satire publication, The Squeaky Wheel.