Allie Pauld (she/her) is a 24-year-old Montreal-based activist, public speaker and educator, writer, content creator, organizer, artist and sociology and sexuality studies graduate. She uses her platforms to shed light on issues close to her heart. As a disabled queer Black woman, a lot of her work centres around disability, gender, sexuality and race; she has conducted original research about the intersection of the first three.
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Disabled people caring for each other can be a radical act
When the best option given by the government is assisted death, caring for each other becomes radical, writes Allie Pauld. It is radical simply by virtue of being performed by a group believed incapable of doing so. It is radical because it too often goes unnoticed.
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