WHAT WE DO
- Celebrate our identity as disabled people — individually and as a group.
- Promote access to cultural activities that reflect our lives.
- Advocate for civil rights in the public and privates sectors — including education, government, business, employment, and housing.
We are not a nonprofit or health / human services organization. We do not have a formal structure, agenda, minutes, or bylaws. If you are disabled or think you might be disabled (dis-curious?), contact us! We want to meet you.
Celebrating Jae Casper
By Sarah Quinto Image: Jae Casper, smiling, with theatre posters in the background. Their shirt reads: “I am deliberate and afraid of nothing.” Audre Lorde And they are wearing a Zelda hat. Jae Casper passed away in May of this year and it’s been hard to eulogize them in a way that does justice to…
Learn about visitability
Visitability is the idea that all new housing has basic accessibility features.
How Crip Chick changed me
Our disabled lives are bigger, fuller, messier, uglier and more beautiful than we ever imagined. Stacey gave me this. She gave me a vision of what was available to me, through finding my people.
#COVID-19 Mutual Aid Project
The DisQuake Mutual Aid Project operated for 4 months and is no longer active. Be well, friends.
Fountaingrove Fire House Remodel Is Good News
Building a fire station under the assumption that disabled people do not need full access is incorrect.