Keywords:COVID-19, Coronavirus, Disability, Disposable, Health humanities, Artwork, Medical humanities, NoBodyIsDisposable
I created this artwork for the hashtag #NoBodyIsDisposable, a hashtag that was started in light of the recent COVID-19 pandemic and how disabled people have been treated as though they are expendable, especially since we are some of the most compromised. Our voices matter. Our lives matter. This artwork illustrates a crowd of disabled people with their right fists raised. Above them, it reads "#NoBodyIsDisposable".
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