#Crip Ritual Call for Art
Disabled, crip, d/Deaf, Mad, and Sick people face a lot of barriers and stigma. One way that we deal with these barriers is through rituals. Rituals can be things that we do to create accessibility, mark important moments, or to be in community with others who have similar experiences. What kind of rituals do you have in your life that help to deal with barriers and stigma? How do they make life better? How do they bring you together with your community? This is an invitation to create art or submit existing art to be part of an art show called #CripRitual. Your submission can be in any language, including sign languages.
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