Ways We Can Help YOU
- Belonging, Dignity, and Liberation (aka DEI).
- Organizational change work, particularly around racial and disability justice.
- Disability Justice audits and evaluations.
- Supporting organizations in moving away from hierarchical structures.
- Co-creating housing justice through a disability justice and racial equity lens.
- Updating organizational policies to reflect social justice goals.
- We offer trainings, workshops, and institutional change work.
Examples of Our Offerings
- Disability Rights and Disability Justice History
- Access Is Love: 10 Simple Access Suggestions
- 10 Principles of Disability Justice
- Question Access: Standard Access vs. Access Art
- How to Host Accessible Online and Hybrid Events
And more, customized to your group or organization!
Brief and Longer Audits
What do you think your personal work is with regard to Disability Justice (DJ)?
What are the patterns of response when individuals or groups bring up disablism?
How do you make leadership and advancement accessible? What resources are dedicated to supporting the leadership development of disabled people?
Some Groups We Have Worked With
- Northwest Health Foundation
- Portland State University
- Living Cully/Verde
- Portland Community College
- Fireweed Collective
- The Curiosity Paradox
- C(3)PO Houseless Villages
- Interfaces, Austin TX
- Prosper Portland
- Brown Girl Rise
- Philanthropy Northwest
- Ori Gallery
- Calling Up Justice
- The Justice Producers’ Collaborative
- Catalyst Consulting
- City College of San Francisco
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Image Description: Two Black and disabled friends meet up at a restaurant. In the center, one friend stands while using his black and gold cane. He has a dark brown afro, black tank top, pink shawl, and blue jeans. On the left, the other friend sits at a table with menus while holding their phone. They have blonde hair and a black shirt and joggers on. -Dice Bundy for Disabled And Here
In pre-pandemic times, we might meet up with clients in a cafe to plan for their work. Now we use Zoom to meet up. which is a boon for Disabled folks who can’t get out of bed. With the right facilitation, the same warmth and connection comes through.