Category: Resources

Intersectionality, Leadership of those most impacted, anti-capitalism, cross-movement organizing, wholeness, sustainability, cross-disability solidarity, interdependence, collective access, collective liberation

Principles of Disability Justice

Disability justice is a framework and movement that seeks to address and rectify the systemic injustices and inequalities that people with disabilities face. It is important to understand the core tenets of disability justice to support and advocate for the rights and well-being of individuals with disabilities. 

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two mouths on pop art graphic background. ann james and carly weckstein. intimacy choreography in conversation

Intimacy Choreography

Intimacy Choreographers are responsible for the consensual crafting and staging of stories with content of sexual nature, race, disability, religion, or age with appropriate cultural context and competency.

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Title page of workbook mint green background with black and white text. Conflict to Connection: A Workbook for Healthier Argument Resolution

Conflict to Connection

Through practical exercises and insightful prompts, you can navigate disagreements with empathy and constructive communication. By preparing for positive disagreements, you’ll not only resolve conflicts but also build stronger, more meaningful connections. Get ready to embark on a journey that turns conflict into a stepping stone toward deeper relationships.

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Crip Rave

Crip Rave™ is a Toronto-based collective, event platform, and consulting hub showcasing and prioritizing Crip, Disabled, Deaf, Mad and Sick body-minds within safer and more accessible rave spaces.

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Are you producing an accessible performance or are you part of the disability community and need accessibility? We highly recommend checking out Bay Area Accessible Performances, a fantastic resource brought to you by Gravity Access Services.

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