Shaun Hunter-Mclean

I’m so grateful to hold presence with the Women’s March with all of you, as my cognitive disability limits my capacities to care for myself and be active outside my home. The time I have to maintain my function in a Neurotypical city keeps me from being physically present at radical marches and events that matter to me as an ally to women and feminine identities, as well as a crip and ally to other crips.
I support and wish strength to all of you here, and all of those out there, as an educator, an artist, and human being.img_4500

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