Community As Home – Portraits

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Graphic with a white background featuring an illustrated portrait of Alice Wong and Ashanti Fortson by Ashanti, with a purple, pink, mauve, and blue color palette. Wong is an Asian American woman wearing a dark blue jacket and a pink-and-lavender chevron-patterned scarf, as well as a mask over her nose with a tube for her Bi-Pap machine. Fortson is an Afro-Mexican person wearing light yellow


Originally published as Community As Home – Portraits at The Disability Visibility Project

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