Dr. Karen Yoshida is the 2020 recipient of the Tanis Doe Award from the Canadian Disability Studies Association

Dr. Karen Yoshida is the 2020 recipient of the Tanis Doe Award from the Canadian Disability Studies Association. The CDSA-ACEH Tanis Doe Award was first awarded in 2009, and is named for the activist and professor Tanis Doe. This award honours an individual who dares to “speak the unspeakable” in advancing the study and culture of disability, and who has enriched through research, teaching, or activism the lives of Canadians with disabilities.

Karen will receive the award and give an address  at the virtual AGM for CDSA on June 26, 2020.