(Creating “Nourishment” Through Performances & The Expressive Arts)

       CELEBRATING THE DISABILITY EXPERIENCE ( The Disability Civil Rights Movement, History, Culture, Disability Intersectionality and Multicultural Inclusion


FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION FOR YOUR NEXT: Conference Keynote, Retreat, Staff Training, Lunch & Learn, Diversity & Disability Inclusion Celebration.


"Disability is not a 'brave struggle' or 'courage in the face of adversity'....Disability is an art. It's an ingenious way to live."

Neil Marcus- Disabled Artist, Activist.



                           EXPRESSIVE ARTS WORKSHOPS

NOTHING ABOUT US WITHOUT US (Unpacking Ableism Through Performance & The Expressive Arts) 

An interactive performance lecture workshop, incorporating improvisation and expressive arts exercises to experientially examine, Ableism, The Disability Civil Rights Movement, Disability Arts, Culture, & The  Intersections Of Disability & Inclusive Multicultural Diversity. The workshop is named in honor of a book written by Jim Charlton, one of Diana Elizabeth Jordan’s first disability activist mentors. 

26 Days In April (A Celebration of The 504 Protests of 1977) An interactive and expressive arts workshop celebrating The 504 Protests of 1977 when disabled activists lead a 26-day sit-in in the Old Federal Building in San Franciso to protest that the 504 ( legislation that would guarantee programs funded by the federal government could not discriminate against someone based on his/her disability) had not been signed. Diana brings this important part of American History and Disability Civil Rights to life through an exciting audience interactive expressive arts experience.    

OVERCOMING STIGMAS: ( Understanding The ADA and Other Disability Laws Through The Expressive Arts)  An interactive workshop incorporating THE WINDMILLS CHANGING THE PERCEPTION OF ABILITY: A DISABILITY INCLUSION PROGRAM CURRICULUM (developed by The California’s Governor’s Committee on Employment of People With Disabilities and  Milt Wright & Associates) - An employer-employee training tool that focuses on attitudinal barriers, changing new perspectives toward employees with disabilities while addressing concerns, including, legal requirements and accommodations. The training modules which include interactive exercises and group discussions can be custom designed to meet the individual needs and goals of corporations, universities( colleges) schools and organizations. Diana Elizabeth Jordan is a certified Windmills Trainer















All Performances And Workshops Designed To Be  Can Be Adjusted For Length, Content & Performance Space. 



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