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Two photos [left]  A young Black boy, Leroy Moore, with short black hair smiling at the camera. He is wearing a red and white striped shirt. [Right] An illustrated headshot of Ashanti Fortson, an Afro-Latinx person with light brown skin and black curly hair. They're wearing light blue planet-shaped earrings, a periwinkle knit turtleneck, and large light blue glasses. They're smiling at the camera, and some sparkles float next to them.

Ep 59: Comics

https://media.blubrry.com/disability_visibility/p/content.blubrry.com/disability_visibility/59_FINAL_Ep59.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | RSS  Today’s episode is about comics with Ashanti Fortson … Continue Reading Ep 59: Comics

Banner shows 4 book covers: Troubleshooting by Selene dePackh, Kinda Fella I Am by Raymond Luczak, Sustaining Spirit by Naomi Ortiz, and Fading Scars by Corbett Joan OToole. At the end is the Reclamation Press short logo: a painted letter “p” has roots. The letter “r” is on top of the letter “p” and sprouts a green leaf at the top.

Wisdom from Disability Communities: Interview with Corbett Joan OToole

  There aren’t enough books and media by disabled people much less publishers run by disabled people. With Co-Founder Elizabeth (“Ibby”) Grace, Corbett Joan OToole founded Reclamation Press with a specific … Continue Reading Wisdom from Disability Communities: Interview with Corbett Joan OToole