Created with Vilissa K. Thompson and Cyree Jarelle Johnson of Harriet Tubman Collective, after the murder of Charleena Lyles by Seattle Police Department.
Image description: Black and white pencil drawing of a Black woman with long hair, looking directly at the viewer. Text at the top says "Charleena Lyles" in bold black letters. Text at the bottom says: "#SayHerName, Black Disabled Lives Matter, Black Mothers Matter"
More than 50% of people murdered by police are disabled. For more information about Black disability justice, please read:
Disability Solidarity: Completing the "Vision for Black Lives"
Being a Black Disabled Woman Is An Act of Defiance: Remembering #KorrynGaines
Black Cripples Are Your Comrades, Not Your Counterpoint
Black America is Hurting & Tired. White America, Do You Even Care?
Honoring Arnaldo Rios-Soto & Charles Kinsey: Achieving Liberation Through Disability Solidarity