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ASU lecturer cited in article that explores workplace discrimination

In the recent opinion article "ASU’s diversity training needs to be more inclusive of disability language," Haley Tenore, a columnist with The State Press, shares her findings on ASU’s diversity training. According to Tenore, ASU's diversity training does a great job of explaining race, gender and sexuality, but its section on disability language needs improvement.

In support of her article, Tenore reached out to Krista Puruhito, a lecturer in ASU’s School of Social and Family Dynamics. The two discussed discrimination against those who have a disability, known as ableism. Animated image of person in wheelchair at a laptop desk Photo by Jennifer Dam | The State Press
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“A lot of people know what racist or sexist means, but if I say ableist they don’t know what that means,” said Puruhito.

Article Source: The State Press
John Keeney

Media Relations Coordinator, T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics