OAFAC is led by a passionate group of Disabled, Crip, Sick, Mad, Hard of Hearing, Neurodivergent artists and cultural workers. We understand that the conditions of racism, classism, sexism, and discrimination based on gender and sexual orientation are intertwined with and reinforced by ableism, with colonialism at the root of all of these forms of oppression. 

Our work recognizes the interdependencies between us, and highlights the ways in which disability experiences intersect with other identity positions. We resist the notion that the disability community is a monolith, and orient ourselves towards agency, self-determination, and disability-informed futures.

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