Barriers disabled people face – in cartoon form!

The wonderful “Crippen”, an extremely talented disability activist, uses the medium of cartoon to communicate his thoughts. He kindly contributed the cartoons accompanying our “Disability Etiquette” series. This time I thought it worth dedicating a whole blog to one of his strip cartoons – demonstrating the various types of barriers that disabled people face on a daily basis (the “social model of disability”) through a story.

A disabled woman gets job offer and is then faced with a range of barriers - attitudinal, physical, institutional and information.

More of his cartoons can be found here

And he writes a blog about Disability Arts Online

 

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