How can you help make organizing more accessible?

Become an Accessible Organization

Do you work with an organization or a campaign that is looking to be more inclusive with your policies, communications, and more?  We have trainings, style guides, check lists, and more to guide you in the right direction.

Join our Community of Practice

Are you a disabled person who wants to see more accessibility in organizing and politics? Are you an ally who is looking to improve accessibility in your own work?  We are currently in the process of setting up a Community of Practice to share resources, best practices, and organizing opportunities.

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Covid-Safe Campaigns

The pandemic is not over, and the folks still at significant risk include disabled folks. If you want disabled participation in your organizing or campaigning, you need to make opportunities available to them. This means understanding air quality and flow, encouraging mask-wearing, and making educating people about Covid-19 part of your work.

Trainings and Resources

We offer training on how to make your organizing and campaigning more accessible to disabled folks.  Campaign Disability will be tabling at Netroots 2023. We also offer indiviualized training for groups on digital, print, and event accessibility.

Social Media Guide

Our social media guide is available in digital and print. It will provide you with some checklists and information on how to make your social media presence accessible to disabled folks, focusing on three pillars: language, color contrast, and writing alt-text. We then put those items together to show you how to make an accessible social media toolkit.