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AMC 2012 & Crip Sex

June 30, 2012

Thanks to everyone who joined us at the Crip Sex panel at the AMC 2012. The Pirate Pad stopped working during the presentation so we will be using the AMC video in order to provide notes and resources. We will keep you posted and make them accessible to you as soon as we can. Thank […]

benefit for creating collective access

June 25, 2012

hello friends!! here in seattle we’re still fundraising away for our collective access needs! click the link below to visit the dual power fundraising page, where you can buy any of our releases, a snazzy cca patch, or awesome face painting! benefit for creating collective access

Connect with CCA at the 2012 AMC!

June 4, 2012

Are you going to the 2012 Allied Media Conference? Are you disabled/chronically ill? Let us know! Please email the following form, any questions, and/or any other info you’d like us to know to creatingcollectiveaccess@gmail.com 🙂 name: email: phone/cell: pronoun preference: who’s traveling with you? what access needs do y’all have? what resources/skills can you share? […]

Creating Collective Access 2012 Fundraiser!

May 14, 2012

Check out our IndieGoGo fundraiser for CCA 2012: http://www.indiegogo.com/creatingcollectiveaccess The Allied Media Conference is a national conference that takes place in Detroit every summer, and brings together the worlds of social justice, technology, media making, and popular education. Since 2010, it has been a gathering place for disability justice activists (as well as activists for many […]

Disabled, chronically ill crips at AMC 2011!!!

June 15, 2011

Creating Collective Access is at the Allied Media Conference again this year! This is our second year and we are growing! We are getting big and juicy! This shit is for real!!! Are you a crip and/or someone with a chronic illness that is going to be in Detroit this summer for the Allied Media […]

Pod People!

June 10, 2010

What does collective access look like with less than three weeks to plan, you ask?  Well, we are wondering the same thing! This is a work in progress and, as is the case with most access, we won’t know what things will look like until we actually get to Detroit.  We are excited to try […]

Crips Visiting Detroit!

June 2, 2010

Are you a crip and/or someone with a chronic illness that is going to be in Detroit this summer for the Allied Media Conference and/or the US Social Forum? We know that for many of us, access is on our minds when it comes to traveling, navigating the city, movement spaces, buildings, sidewalks, public transportation, […]