[Footage from a series of interviews features a diverse range of disability rights advocates in industrial studio settings.]
KERI GRAY: Disability is a normal, positive part of human diversity.
SARA MINKARA: There are one billion individuals in this world with disabilities.
JANE AKINYI: There’s a lot of kinds of different disabilities.
GRAY: Disabled people have other important identities.
REBECCA COKLEY: We want to have a say in everything that affects us.
MINKARA: We are people with disabilities building power and inclusive social justice movements.
DESSA COSMA: You can’t have racial justice or economic justice or gender justice without disability justice. Just like you can’t have disability justice without having racial, economic, and gender justice. To actually achieve any of those things requires achieving all of those things.
MADDY RUVOLO: When we evolve our institutions to be fully inclusive, we can build a world where all are free.
GRAY: True inclusion is revolutionary.
[on-screen graphic: There Is No Justice without Disability]