DAY FIVE: 30 Days of Racial and Disabled Justice

Day 5 Cross Movement Solidarity 

Disability justice can only grow into its potential as a movement by aligning itself with racial justice, reproductive justice, queer and trans liberation, prison abolition, environmental justice, anti-police terror, Deaf activism, fat liberation, and other movements working for justice and liberation. This means challenging white disability communities around racism and challenging other movements to confront ableism. Through cross-movement solidarity, we create a united front.

Source: 

Excerpt of Principles of Disability Justice, Sins Invalid

Link to Additional Resources 

CUJ LINK GOES HERE

Image Description: Black text on white background with National Disability Theater, Sound Theater, and Calling Up Justice logos. 

FURTHER READING

10 Principles of Disability Justice

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5bed3674f8370ad8c02efd9a/t/5f1f0783916d8a179c46126d/1595869064521/10_Principles_of_DJ-2ndEd.pdf

The Role of Cross-Racial Solidarity in a Time of Protest

https://www.kqed.org/forum/2010101877915/the-role-of-cross-racial-solidarity-in-a-time-of-protest

No Cages, High Wages: A Renewed Call For Cross-Movement Solidarity Between Unions And Disabled People

https://www.dustinpgibson.com/offerings/closepainstituions

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