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The journey starts on our front page, which is dedicated to reframing our notions of disability and neurodivergence. Reframing is a critical first step.

Reframe these states of being that have been labelled deficiencies or pathologies as human differences.

NORMAL SUCKS: AUTHOR JONATHAN MOONEY ON HOW SCHOOLS FAIL KIDS WITH LEARNING DIFFERENCES

From there, our site steps through our four pillars.

Mutual Aid

Real help against the onslaught. Staying alive is a lot of work for a disabled person in an ableist society.

Learning Space

The place where we belong does not exist. We will build it. Anti-ableist space for passion-based, human-centered learning compatible with neurodiversity and the social model of disability.

Open Research

Digital sociology, neurodiversity studies, disability studies, and syncretism, in the open. Improving science by restoring the humanities.

Services

Stay relevant in a constantly changing world. Dismantle ableism in your spaces. Enable dignity through access.

Ready to begin?

The journey begins with reframing.

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Table of Contents

Intro

Art and Announcements

About Us

Mutual Aid

Featured Artists

Human-Centered Learning

Space

Research

Services

We serve our loved people so we can keep on livin‘ through the onslaught.

Help us and join us by reading on, and reframing.

Rock N’ Roller by Kyle Duce

Staying alive is a lot of work for a disabled person in an ableist society…

DISABILITY VISIBILITY: FIRST PERSON STORIES FROM THE 21ST CENTURY
This is your time, this is your life and
This is your time, this is your life and
You gotta keep on (Keep on livin!)
Gotta keep on (Keep on livin!)
You gotta keep on (Keep on livin!)

Disability justice (and disability itself) has the potential to fundamentally transform everything we think about quality of life, purpose, work, relationships, belonging.

DISABILITY VISIBILITY: FIRST-PERSON STORIES FROM THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY

Access

Mission

Give

We exist as friction. The work that we do; it’s wildly painful.

Navigating Stimpunks

Need financial aid to pay for bills or medical equipment? Visit our guide to requesting aid.

 

Need funds for your art, advocacy, or research? Visit our guide to requesting funds.

 

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