[Image description: A looping gif with title “my unapologetic… Accessible Protest Pack” at the top featuring a series of moving drawings with captions and checklist items.   Top left: A wheel rolling in place. “Can everyone get here?” Checklist item: “choose barrier-free spaces that are easy to travel to and navigate”  Top right: A bench and a blinking exit sign. “Can everyone take a break or escape?” Checklist item: “secure nearby rest and refuge spaces that accommodate bodily and sensory needs”  Middle left: A hermit crab shell with butterfly flapping wings on top. “Can everyone feel safe here?” Checklist item: “maximally minimize potential for harm and protect those most likely to be targeted by police and other powers”  Middle right: A lit flickering candle. “Can everyone breathe?” Checklist item: “use fragrance-free candles and designate no candle zones at vigils”  Bottom left: An upside down question mark, a hand making thumbs up and thumbs down motions, and a no symbol. “Can everyone understand?” Checklist item: “provide signage, digit handouts, and offer interpreting, translating, sign language, live captioning, and guidance services”  Bottom right: A crowd with different members being highlighted. “Can everyone participate? Checklist item: “involve people typically disabled by society from day one of organizing”]

[Image description: A looping gif with title “my unapologetic… Accessible Protest Pack” at the top featuring a series of moving drawings with captions and checklist items. 

Top left: A wheel rolling in place. “Can everyone get here?” Checklist item: “choose barrier-free spaces that are easy to travel to and navigate”

Top right: A bench and a blinking exit sign. “Can everyone take a break or escape?” Checklist item: “secure nearby rest and refuge spaces that accommodate bodily and sensory needs”

Middle left: A hermit crab shell with butterfly flapping wings on top. “Can everyone feel safe here?” Checklist item: “maximally minimize potential for harm and protect those most likely to be targeted by police and other powers”

Middle right: A lit flickering candle. “Can everyone breathe?” Checklist item: “use fragrance-free candles and designate no candle zones at vigils”

Bottom left: An upside down question mark, a hand making thumbs up and thumbs down motions, and a no symbol. “Can everyone understand?” Checklist item: “provide signage, digit handouts, and offer interpreting, translating, sign language, live captioning, and guidance services”

Bottom right: A crowd with different members being highlighted. “Can everyone participate? Checklist item: “involve people typically disabled by society from day one of organizing”]

My Unapologetic Accessible Protest Pack is a check list is designed to help organizers encourage accessibility in protest spaces. If one of the goals of your protest is to attain maximal reach for your cause but you aren’t taking steps to make your action accessible, you’re lack of inclusivity will be a detriment to your own goal!. You can download and print this gif in poster form here.