E6 Group Homes

Invisible Institutions

25-05-2022 • 37 mins

In Canada, institutions for people with intellectual/developmental disabilities have never closed, they have changed faces and names, but have remained responsible for the segregation and isolation of labelled people. Today, group homes are the primary forms of supportive housing for labelled. And while not all group homes are institutional, all group homes have the potential to become institutions. With guests self-advocate Kory Earle and researcher Jihan Abbas.

Transcript: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1AI-NJ4IEyvy7Hfjd1nX-EcGhAcF5-1yovXnEYprdO1o/edit?usp=sharing

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