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District Book Read 22-23: Disability Visibility: Further Reading and Resources

Further Reading from Seattle Central Library: Disability Narratives and on Disability Studies

Seattle Town Hall Interview with Alice Wong and Anthology Contributor Elsa Sjunneson

Alice Wong on Political Participation and Disability

Trailer for Documentary "Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution" (2020)

More by Alice Wong

Year of the Tiger: An Activist's Life (2022)

by Alice Wong 

Available at the Seattle Public Library

Book cover for Year of the Tiger: An Activist’s Life with a marigold yellow background. On the right side is an illustration of a crouching tiger in red in the style of Chinese paper cuttings with delicate cutouts in various shapes giving form and definition to the tiger. On the left in black large text YEAR OF THE TIGER at the top and ALICE WONG below. In the center in smaller red text AN ACTIVIST’S LIFE and in the lower right corner EDITOR OF DISABILITY VISIBILITY. Small, delicate red flowers are sprinkled throughout. Book cover by Madeline Partner.

More on the Disability Visibility Project

The Disability Visibility Project 

An online community dedicated to creating, sharing, and amplifying disability media and culture

Visit here for more interviews, blogs, and resources

From left to right: Digital collage that includes Black and white photo portraits of three people staring pensively at the camera, an Afro-Latina person with medium length curly hair, an Asian person smiling, she is wearing a trach at her neck and wearing a blouse. She is sitting in her power wheelchair. An Iranian person with short, dark curly hair and circular. They wear a black shirt while their hand rests on their chin. Around each persons' head rests an illustrated cream colored circle crown on a purple background. Artist credit: Jen White-Johnson