Institute for Critical Disability Studies seeks applicants for paid fellowship program, due April 1

The Insitute for Critical Disability Studies Fellows Program is a 10-month program that helps disability advocates, academics, activists, artists, and other cultural workers develop projects that matter to local disability communities. Fellows receive $3,000 to support their work in the program. They work with mentors and a cohort of other fellows to create their projects in a supportive environment. Previously funded projects range from developing community self-defense workshops, to creating community engagement events, to scholarly research. Applications are due April 1stVisit our website to find out full details of the program.