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Join the Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI) for a week in action that draws attention to the importance of accessibility and self-advocacy. Whether it is in the classroom, on campus, or within our communities, we all play a role in breaking down barriers and ensuring equitable access for everyone. This event is not just about learning - it is about taking action and making a positive difference; this is why self-advocacy is equally important for all of us to understand. Expect insightful presentations and engaging discussions to learn what self-advocacy means, and how to apply it in your own life. Self-advocacy begins by understanding your true self, enabling you to express your needs and wants, ask questions, and seek out resources. 

Whether you are passionate about inclusivity or simply curious to learn more, this event is for you. Below you will find the week's layout and additional details!

Monday, April 1 | Learn more about digital Accessibility! 

  • How To Participate: Students will download the app Chromatic Vision Simulator, Take a picture of two different fliers on campus, and view the results: Were the colors used on the flier accessible? Click here for directions on how to participate.
  • How to be entered into the giveaway | Screenshot an image of two different fliers, send them to the CDI email (, and provide a brief explanation of what you learned or noticed. 

Tuesday, April 2 from 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. | - Tabling event “How to advocate for Yourself’’ with David Gallegos in the Student Commons Lobby

  • How to Participate: Learn more about self-advocacy and pick up a brochure that has detailed information and resources.
    • David Gallegos will be promoting his QR code for a survey about how students learn in a classroom and how that can be improved. 
  • How to be entered into the giveaway | check-in and complete the survey 

Wednesday, April 3 - 11 a.m.- 1 p.m. |- Tabling event with Disability Access Services, Kaylea Sharp in the Student Commons Lobby 

  • How To Participate: During this tabling there will be colored ribbons that celebrate and recognize neurodiversity. DAS will be available to answer questions about the accommodation process at Aims. 
  • How to be entered into the giveaway | Check-In

Thursday, April 4 | Announce Winners of Giveaways 

  • Winners will be notified via their Aims email! 

Friday, April 5 | Silent Disco led by CDI Diversity Peer Specialist, Jasmin Pacheco 

  • This event will take place on April 5 from 5- 7 p.m. in Student Commons room 120 (the CDI). This event is in celebration of neurodiversity and Autism Awareness Month and is intended to be an inclusive, sensory-friendly experience open to the community. 

For additional questions regarding this event, please email 

  • Cheryl Comstock
  • Chelsea Cramer

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