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Activist talks about impact Black people with disabilities have on music, art during virtual event

“Black disabled people have always been around,” said Leroy Moore, activist and founder of Krip-Hop Nation.

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Evergreen reporter

October 15, 2020

Black people with disabilities have been discriminated against long before the days of slavery. Slaves were sold individually, unless they had a physical restriction, like a severed arm, said Leroy Moore, activist and founder of Krip-Hop Nation, during the Access Center’s virtual Speaker Series o...

Black disabled artist to host next event in WSU Access Center’s speaker series

Leroy Franklin Moore Jr. will discuss Black disabled resistance through art during an event called “Black Disability in Resistance and Creating: Story Telling & Moore with Leroy Moore.”

ANDREA GONZALEZ, Evergreen reporter

October 12, 2020

Black people with disabilities have used art, music and dance to survive, says a Black disabled activist. In collaboration with the Disabled Students and Allies Club, the WSU Access Center will feature Leroy Franklin Moore Jr., who will discuss Black disabled resistance through art during an event...

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