The future is now. The future is disabled.
Show your pride and love for the disability community!
The Disability Visibility Project (DVP) is a community-based, grassroots campaign encouraging people with disabilities to tell their stories. We're selling some swag that will help us amplify real stories from real people.
15% of every purchase will support the DVP's online archive of oral histories along with other educational and multimedia resources.
For more information, check out our website and thank you!
Please note: The initial inspiration for "The Future Is Disabled" came from a photo by Liza Cowan of Alix Dobkin wearing a t-shirt that reads, "the future is female." The slogan and original shirt were from Labyris Books, in New York City. The buttons were inspired by Liza Cowan and the apparel by Otherwild.com in Los Angeles.