CN/TW: Police brutality, murder of unarmed Black people, systemic racism and ableism
A transcript for this episode can be found here.
In this episode, we talk with D’Arcee Charington Neal, a Black disabled activist and doctoral student, about intersections of race and disability in connection with ongoing reckonings against racism around the world. Follow D’Arcee on Twitter: @DrChairington.
Notes from this episode:
- Letter from a Birmingham Jail
- Compromise comic
- Hasan Minhaj Patriot Act Episode about George Floyd
- Kimberlé Crenshaw: The urgency of intersectionality
- Unspeakable Offenses: Untangling Race and Disability in Discourses of Intersectionality
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We’ve donated this month’s Patreon earnings to Helping Educate to Advance the Rights of Deaf Communities (“HEARD”), which is “the only organization in the nation that supports deaf, hard of hearing, deafblind, deafdisabled, and disabled (“deaf/disabled”) people at every stage of the criminal legal system process, up to and including during and after incarceration. HEARD works to correct and prevent wrongful convictions of deaf/disabled people; end all forms of abuse and incarceration of people with disabilities.”