Want to share our work? Sins Invalid has created and compiled materials to support your disability justice explorations. Download these resources to jump-start your thinking and practice around accessibility at public events and actions, the intersectionality of state violence and disability, and to support your viewing experience of our work.
The Sins Invalid Documentary can help introduce your classroom or organization to our performance work and the politics that inform our work. Download the SINS INVALID STUDY GUIDE for articles and study questions to support your learning.
Disability Liberated is an art installation and performance that was part of the Disability Incarcerated Symposium at UC Berkeley in 2015. Download the SINS INVALID DISABILITY LIBERATED VIEWING PACKET for a collection of materials related to that work, and questions to guide your inquiries.
If you’re looking for a good introduction to Disability Justice, THE 10 PRINCIPLES OF DISABILITY JUSTICE and Patty Berne’s DISABILITY JUSTICE - A WORKING DRAFT lay out some of the basics for how to grow our movements to hold ourselves and each other more tenderly and effectively.
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