Missing Voices: Stop Ignoring the Voices of Disabled Black People and People of Colour
ALLFIE’s Disabled Black Lives Matter pressure group presents ‘Missing Voices’, a powerful 3-part series to mark Black History Month 2020.
Black History Month 2020
Missing Voices: Stop Ignoring Disabled Black People and People of Colour.
The following contributions look at education, disability, ‘race’ and issues of intersectionality.
These articles are a reminder of the missing voices, insights into multiple discriminations, the deep-rooted cross-sector structural barriers, and a recognition of individuals with multiple intersecting social identities.
“We must address intersectional inequality, injustice and discrimination. We want to make sure that when we are discussing inclusion, diversity and equality that this recognises intersectional experiences.” (Disabled Black Lives Matter pressure group)
- Part 1 | by Armineh Soorenian
Include us: Disabled Black People and People of Colour academics and disablist academia.
- Part 2 | by Navin Kikabhai
Political Rhetoric and Inclusive Education.
- Part 3 | by Michelle Daley
Why we must discuss the damage of segregated education and the erasure of ‘race’ and intersectional identity when addressing ‘disability’ inequality.