Events / Perspectives: Disability PRIDE

Perspectives: Disability PRIDE

July is Disability Pride month! Please come fellowship as we celebrate people living with disabilities through art and conversation. Art pieces from Positive Exposure will be on display and lunch will be provided. The event will open for viewing the art and lunch at 11:30 and a facilitated discussion about the art pieces will begin at 12:15. In order to receive a lunch please rsvp by July 11th!

Positive Exposure’s work and founder was featured at the recent Reframing Inclusion Symposium on campus, May 21st. For 25 years, Positive Exposure has operated as a 501(c)(3), building a more equitable, compassionate world for individuals and communities at risk of stigma and exclusion. We all share the same need: The need to be seen. The need to be heard. The need to belong. Positive Exposure creates spaces rooted in unity, respect, and inclusion through photography, film, educational programs, and advocacy at their gallery in East Harlem and around the globe.