The Disability Art and Culture Project is proud to announce receipt of a grant from the Kaiser Permanente Community Fund at Northwest Health Foundation, to support the REAL: Reject Economic Ableist Limits initiative. We invite you to join us to learn more, and let your voices be heard, at two upcoming events Wednesday, February 15, … Continue reading REAL: Reject Economic Ableist Limits February Events
Many of us are dealing with the aftermath of a series of racist incidents in Portland, OR, DACP’s home community. On January 30, 2013, the Eagle Bar booked a notorious drag performer, Charles Knipp. Knipp performs his most famous and racist character, “Shirley Q. Liquor,” in blackface, and perpetuates the incredibly ugly “Welfare Queen” stereotype … Continue reading DACP Statement in Solidarity with People of Color & Anti-racist Organizers after the “Shirley Q. Liquor” incidents in Portland, OR.
Dear friends of the Disability Art and Culture Project, Thank you for being part of our most successful year yet! You can help us jump-start our work for 2013 by making a tax-deductible gift to DACP before 11:59pm on December 31! 2012 was fantastic for DACP! We had our second annual Sex, Love, and Disability … Continue reading Thanks for a great year!