About The Project ︎
Welcome to the Society of Disabled Oracles, a living chorus and archive of disabled wisdom from the past, present and future. We have been waiting for you. This is a collection of ‘telegrams’ by disabled oracles to the world.
Image description above: From left to right: Digital collage that includes Black and white photo portraits of three people staring pensively at the camera, an Afro-Latina person with medium length hair swept to one side of her shoulders, wearing a headband and wearing tupac earrings. An Asian person smiling with a mask that is connected to a gray tube over her nose, and she is wearing a crew neck blouse with an illustration of a tiger. She is sitting in her power wheelchair. An Iranian person with short, dark curly hair and circular. They wear a black shirt while their hand rests on their chin. Around each persons head rests an illustrated white triangular circle crown on a purple background.
The Society of Disabled Oracles is a collaboration by Aimi Hamraie, Jen White-Johnson and Alice Wong.
Use the hashtag #SocietyOfDisabledOracles and tag us on Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter.
Website Design and Artwork by Jen White-Johnson.
︎ Disabled Oracles and the Coronavirus, Disability Visibility Project, March 18, 2020.
︎ Message from the Future, Disability Visibility Project, April 14, 2020.
︎ Quote from Alex Locust / Glamputee