And Justice for All…?

And Justice for All…? 

“Cripping” the Comic Con 2019

Saturday, April 13, 2019 * 9:00 AM – 8:00 PM

Syracuse University – Schine Student Center

Our sixth “Cripping” the Comic Con — “And Justice for All…?” — focuses on disability justice, freedom of expression, and comics culture in today’s world.

Comics-style fonts, throughout poster, featuring a purple background with mostly black and some orange and white lettering. Includes five images in individualized circles, configured together to resemble a kind of shield, and referring to: Archie Comics character Scarlet Saltee, and Co-CEO Nancy Silberkleit; Krip-Hop Nation Graphic Novel, and Co-Founders Leroy Moore and Keith Jones; self-portrait by Graphic Memoirist Georgia Webber; scene from The War for Kaleb by Jason Pittman; and self-portrait by illustrator Lucy Wales.*Graphic Memoirs and Disability

*Design Your Own Access Avenger!

*Krip-Hop Song/Poetry Beats

*Cosplay and Light Painting!

*Comics in the Classroom

*Music and Gaming

 

REGISTER ONLINE OR ON-SITE!

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

 

* FOOD * NERDS * VENDORS * ARTISTS * GAMING * PHOTO BOOTH * QUIET AREA * AUTOGRAPHS * AND MORE!! * CRIP COFFEE HOUSE & DESSERT BUFFET

American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation will be provided for the entire symposium. Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART) will be provided during the morning plenary session. Request additional accommodations via online registration by 3/29/19. Free parking — details on our website.

For more information, visit: http://crippingthecon.com

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email: cripcon@gmail.com

This symposium is made possible by the Co-Curricular Departmental Initiatives Program within the Division of Enrollment and the Student Experience. Hosted by the Disability Cultural Center and the Burton Blatt Institute’s Office of Interdisciplinary Programs and Outreach, with support from the Disability Student Union, the Beyond Compliance Coordinating Committee, the Center on Human Policy, and the Office of Disability Services.

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