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Disability Cultural Center is NOW in Ramsey Library!

August 29, 2017
If you’ve seen some changes down in the Lower Level of Ramsey Library across from the Media Lab/Craft Studio, near the elevator (and in front of the bathroom) — it’s because the Disability Cultural Center now has a new home here! They are still very much in the process of moving in, and you will see more changes as the year progresses.

 

The Disability Cultural Center is open whenever the library is open. There will be a student staffer there during the Free Hour on Tuesdays and Thursdays, but frequently other students, staff and faculty familiar with the DCC may be found there working on projects, having lunch, or just hanging out.

 

Access to the Lower Level bathrooms remains unchanged: one of the exciting aspects about this new space is that it’s open to all. Even when there are activities happening, you’re free to walk through as usual.

 

About the DCC: Established at UNC Asheville in Fall 2016, the Disability Cultural Center specifically focuses on disability as diversity, and serves primarily as a safe space for community connection and shared culture between students with disabilities. The center welcomes all students, faculty, staff, and community members who share the common goal of advocating for greater inclusiveness in both campus and community settings.

 

Some upcoming events in the Disability Cultural Center:
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