Leroy Moore Interview’s Black Disabled Activist, Dustin Gibson About Prisons & Police Brutality On PWD

Leroy Moore sat down with another Black disabled activist, Dustin Gibson, to talk about his work around freeing people from group homes, jails, and his activism around police brutality. Plus, we talk about how the Black community talks about disability without using the term disability and also his ideas around forming political education among Black disabled people. We also talk about art and about the appropriation of Disability Justice by academia and White people.

Opening theme song: “Story Neva Been Told” By Keith Jones and Leroy Moore.

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To check out more of Dustin Gibson’s work please go to his website at Dustinpgibson.com.

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