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Pride Our Way

Virtual Pride Event for the Disabled and Chronically Ill Community

About

What Is Pride Our Way?

For years, the disabled/chronically ill community has been excluded from Pride events. Not anymore.

Founded by Mary Fashik, Pride Our Way is a two-day virtual event that includes exhibits by disabled artists, drag performances, giveaways, and more. Auto-captioning, visual descriptions, and ASL will be provided at live events. Captions and audio descriptions will be provided for videos. You do not need a ticket if you prefer to just to be an observer at any and all events. 

All are welcome to attend, but allies are asked to respect the space being created for the disabled and chronically ill members of the LGBTQIA+ community.

Events will be simultaneously streamed on YouTube. In the meantime, check out Pride Our Way’s 2022 playlist on YouTube

Pride Our Way illustration with 4 disabled People of Color celebrating Pride

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Your support matters.

Your contribution provides critical financial support to Mary, who works tirelessly to improve the lives of disabled folks. Please ensure you indicate “Pride Our Way” with your donation.

Meet Mary

Mary Fashik, a Lebanese woman with curly dark hair, glasses, and wearing a blue ruffled top.

Mary Fashik (she/her) is a transnational, transracial adoptee, born in Lebanon. She is the founder of the Disability Justice movement, Upgrade Accessibility. She is also a Susan M. Daniels Disability Mentoring Hall of Fame Inductee and award-winning podcaster.

Mary’s activism is centered around the Disability Justice principle, intersectionality. She strives to use her platform to uplift the voices of the most-marginalized in the disabled and chronically ill community.

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Mary Fashik

The Politics of Disability

“The disabled and chronically ill community has been excluded from Pride for far too long due to inaccessibility. Pride Our Way will change that.”

– Mary Fashik

Mary Fashik outside surrounded by lush greenery
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