Disability studies and permaculture designer Aimi Hamraie on the politics of universal design, accessibility, and disability justice activism.
Critical disability studies scholar Sami Schalk on how Black women's speculative fiction is reimagining what (dis)ability, gender, and embodiment mean.
Asian American studies scholars Mimi Khúc and Lawrence-Minh Bùi Davis on Asian American mental health activism and how academia can better address parenting, mental health, and wellness.
Poet and activist Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha on the past successes and current challenges of the disability justice movement and its intersections with queer, feminist, and anticolonial politics.
Feminist scholar Tala Khanmalek on how academics can incorporate femme-of-color- healing justice and disability justice into academic workflows.
Poet and activist Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha on her memoir Dirty River and how queer brown and disabled femmes write themselves into history.
Disability studies media scholar Elizabeth Ellcessor on why media accessibility is a social justice issue and how disability activists have harnessed media technology in unexpected ways.
Dancer and poet Lauren Rile Smith on directing the feminist and queer circus arts troupe Tangle Movement Arts and how disability shapes her relationship to dancing bodies.