Disability History Month: The intersection of being Disabled and a person of Colour

After our project finished for theIntercession of being Disabled and Black for Black History Month, we are now in the Disability History Month with the Intersection of being Disabled and being People of Colour.

We are working /collaborating with Sisters of Frida, a Disabled Women’s Collective, supported by Woolwich Centre Library. Due to the lockdown constraints, all the interviews are held over zoom.

We think its also good for the International day of Disabled people on the 3rd December. And to beyond those dates really to continue the voices of Disabled people of colour.

Thanks to the Isla Foundation, we have an edited version of the interviews. Gratitude also to Sabrina Qureshi who put it together for us.

with captions and description of video
Shura Davey
Sarifa Patel
James Lee
Fazilet Hadi
Nila Gopal
Eleanor Lisney
Aminder Virdee
Lucy Sheen
with thanks from support from the Woolwich Centre Library and in collaboration with Sisters of Frida.
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