We’re so thrilled about this episode! In celebration of Disability Pride Month, we had the honor of getting to interview Ann Magill, the creator of the Disability Pride flag. Tune to learn more about the story behind the flag. Click here for a transcript for this episode.
Image description: The Disability Pride flag, a gray background with 5 colorful stripes going diagonally from top left to bottom right. The charcoal background symbolizes mourning and rage for the victims of ableist violence and abuse, and the colored bands are placed diagonally to convey persons with disabilities “cutting across” societal barriers. Each colored stripe of the Disability Pride Flag represents a different type of disability: physical (red), cognitive and intellectual (yellow), invisible and undiagnosed (white), psychosocial (blue), and sensory (green).