This site was created and is maintained by A.J. Withers, a disabled, queer and trans anti-poverty activist living in Toronto.  The site was made to help disabled people and politically engaged people have access to radical disability theory and politics.

If I Can’t Dance is it Still My Revolution was originally a popular zine series, of which there are 5 issues. The first issue was out in 2004 and the most recent in 2012.

I am also the author of Disability Politics and Theory

If you want to get in touch with A.J., e-mail still.my.revolution[at]gmail.com

Please note that I suck at checking e-mail. If I don’t respond, it isn’t personal but you may wish to try again.

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