The Digital Accessible Futures Lab is an interdisciplinary research and co-mentoring collective that centers crip wisdom, neuroqueer futures, and disability liberation in its engagement with the digital. Located at the University of Michigan, the Lab is a project of the DISCO Network, which receives support from the Mellon Foundation.
Our collective and individual work examines pressing issues at the intersections of disability justice, techno-ableism, anti-racist praxis, and crip joy. We seek to dismantle ableist infrastructures in our everyday work. We root our practice in collective care and the deep learning that attends lived experience of disability. We join those who’ve come before us in imagining just crip futures.