Disability Rights, Education, Activism and Mentoring (DREAM)

DREAM is for higher education students of all types, of all ages, with any kind of disability, including culturally Deaf students and nondisabled students who are our allies and peers. We advocate for and actively work toward an intersectional approach to disability culture, community and pride.

1 in 4 people have a disability of some sort, and everyone has different levels of ability whether they have a specific diagnosis or not.

We want to empower disabled and culturally Deaf students to work for campus and national change, encourage the development of disability culture and community, increase peer support and advance the study of disabilities within academia.

We are a group that teaches:

  • self-advocacy
  • empowerment
  • basic college success skills

We also raise awareness of the disability community and current social issues.

Interested in joining or have questions? DREAM@weber.edu

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