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Curating & researching disability arts and culture - invested in crip futures and performing arts - queer, chronically ill, disabled - they/them
Oct 1, 2021 9 tweets 1 min read
Warum der Schwerbehindertenausweis problematisch ist: Der Schwerbehindertenausweis (SBA) gibt den Grad der Behinderung einer Person in Prozent an. Die Prozentzahl richtet sich nach medizinischen Diagnosen, nicht nach den Barrieren, die eine behinderte Person erfährt.
May 1, 2021 22 tweets 4 min read
Dinge, die ihr beachten solltet, wenn ihr über Verbrechen an behinderten Menschen (wie die Potsdamer Morde) sprecht - ein Thread 1) Es gibt keine Erlösung, keinen "Gnadentod".

Der Gedanke, behinderte Menschen zu töten, um sie von ihrem Leid zu erlösen, ist tief verwoben mit der ableistischen Vorstellung, dass das Leben mit einer Behinderung ein Schicksal schlimmer als der Tod ist.
May 1, 2021 20 tweets 4 min read
Things you should consider when talking about crimes against disabled people (such as the #Potsdam killings)

A thread 1) There are no such things as „mercy killings“

The idea of killing disabled people to deliver them from their pain is deeply intertwined with the ableist perception that living with a disability is a fate worse than death.
Apr 29, 2021 7 tweets 3 min read
Yesterday, four disabled people got murdered, another one severely injured in a care home in #Potsdam (Germany) – and almost all people engaging with this on social media are other disabled people. Dear activists, dear fellow human beings, where is your solidarity with disabled people? Especially in a country that has a history of systematically killing disabled people, especially those of us being institutionalized?
Jun 13, 2019 25 tweets 16 min read
Who isn't there? A Letter to #Tanzkongress (a thread)

Please share this thread and consider signing it in solidary!

How? Send your name, profession and city to:… With Meg Stuart a groundbreaking choreographer takes artistic responsibility for the Tanzkongress this year and gives it a new form: a process shaped by all participants to create a temporary community.