This iPhone video pans around the exhibition space on level one of the West Union building at Duke to reveal original artwork on easels and a large number of students showcasing digital and written projects.
The photo below shows the organizers of Disability Pride Week standing beside our mural at the exhibition. From left: Marion Quirici, Jay Pande, Ashley Elrod, and Cuquis Robledo.
Image description: members of the Duke Disability Alliance stand on either side of a large mural that reads “Disability Pride Week.” A large logo on the mural in blue and white features three overlapping circles. The first circle depicts a figure in a wheelchair, leaning forward in an active position, which is a more empowering version of the international symbol for disability. The second circle shows a fist raised in solidarity, symbolizing resistance against oppression. The third circle shows an ear traversed by a line, the international symbol for deafness. The white spaces of the mural are covered in the signatures of Duke students who pledged to participate in Accessibility Matters Day.