About This Site
This site was created and is maintained by A.J. Withers, a disabled 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 as they are quite hard to find.
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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a) it is not take out of context
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c) you are not making a financial profit from its distribution or dissemination.
Requests to publish material on this site should be directed to the above e-mail address.