DisUnschool (DU) prioritizes disabled people and families who are shifting to, curious about and currently on an unschooling path, who are decentering schooling (phrase by @RaisingReaders) and/or participate within SDE spaces. DU was created by Jo to find other disabled unschoolers IRL (locally around the Inland Empire) and virtually.
And more dreaming, planning and fun is on the way! If you are interested in helping make this space flourish, whether that's online or off - please connect with me at the email below.
More resources and offerings for disabled unschoolers to come!
Get on the (e)mailing list to be the first to know about upcoming IRL and virtual DU gatherings, meetings, etc!
An Discord server to connect and share parts of our stories, joys and challenges as disabled people and unschoolers. Keep in mind that this is for ALL disabled unschoolers and not just BIPOC.
I’m currently keeping the server as private and safe as possible. I share the link here and can send the link to folks who DM on Instagram or email me. Current members may invite others they feel will respect the space.
A hashtag created to bring disabled unschooling conversations and folks together on social media such as Twitter and Instagram. Please feel free to use anywhere online!
You may also credit me as the hashtag creator but it’s not required.
Femme Feelosphy Home
Home of DU too :)
The RSVP page for DU gatherings
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