The Anti-Black Pinnings of Ableism
Jul 23, 2020 · 1 hr 28 min
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Community organizer and educator Dustin Gibson discusses the white supremacist, colonial, capitalist roots of ableism which structures capitalist society, why a disability justice framework must be abolitionist, and why "the state always has a carceral response to disabled Black people."

Throughout the episode, you will hear the following audio clips:

Cover image: “Back of the Neck,” (1983) by Jean-Michel Basquiat 



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