Creating a More Accessible Conference
Please help us to diminish access barriers at the conference and continue to work and build with us so that the conference is more accessible to more people each year.
We recognize the disability justice movement’s rich history with Reproductive Justice. Part of what makes the conference such a joyful space is the huge range of people, experiences, and abilities that are present.
One affirming cultural practice is to be accepting of the many ways people communicate, think, and move, and the differing ways we all experience emotion, health, and sensory input. Please make an effort to hold that perspective with you during the conference weekend. Check out this discussion of ableist language.
Because flashing lights can trigger seizures or other symptoms, we ask that you avoid wearing or carrying decorative flashing lights and avoid flash photography. If you must use a flash, please check with people around you first. Please do not flash overhead lights on and off in sessions.
Large print programs will be available upon request at the registration table. The program is also available in our conference app and our conference website.
Interpretation and language access
If you need ASL interpretation, please indicate your access needs in the registration form.
This is a spoken, English-language event. If you need translation services please indicate that on the registration form.
If you have feedback, questions, or suggestions, or want to volunteer or help organize around access, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and/or let us know in your evaluation forms.