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May 3, 2010 · 2:19 am
Wherever You Are Is Where I Want To Be: Crip Solidarity
I want to be with you. If you can’t go, then I don’t want to go. If we are traveling together, sharing political space together, building political family together, then I want to be with you. I want us to be together.
We resist ableism dividing us. I resist my disability being pitted against your disability. We will not be divided.
What does crip solidarity look like? Between crips?
We are traveling, trying [...]