This zine was born from a need to engage with more art by disabled, racialized, queer, Two-Spirit, trans, non-binary and gender non-forming folks. This first issue includes 15 artists who are disabled and part of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community. Majority of the artists featured in this zine are Afro-Indigenous, Black and Indigenous.
CRIP COLLAB was made possible by funding from Bricks and Glitter, and submissions from over 40 artists. Big thank you to B&G! This zine was curated by a multiply disabled, chronically ill, cancer survivor named Pree. As a non-Black person of colour curating this zine, I am open to all kinds of feedback (you can find me on Instagram as @stickymangos and @preezilla.