Disabled I AM – Use Photos and Social Media to Talk About Disability Identity

Timotheus “T.J.” Gordon, Jr. lives in Chicago, IL He completed a SARTAC Fellowship in 2021. His project is Disabled I AM. It is a multimedia project where people can use pictures and social media to talk about their disability identity. It creates a discussion on the connection between disability and other identities, like race, gender, and more.

Here is a great slide show TJ created that shows Disabled I Am in action!

Below you can download examples of how you can use the Disabled I am picture frames to showcase a self-advocacy project.


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