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Crip Riot

Crip Riot is a disabled-owned and led company committed to bringing expressions of disability pride to the world, through unapologetic clothing, media, education and activism.

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A white woman in a wheelchair in front of a rainbow wall.
A white woman wearing a blue lanyard that reads "F*** Stairs" in front of a graffiti wall.
An Asian American woman wearing sunglasses and a yellow F*** Stairs lanyard.

ABOUT US

We are a team of Disabled and deaf creators with a desire to amplify the cultures created by Disabled people, Deaf people, and people with chronic and mental illness.

WHAT WE DO

Inspired by the "Cr*pple Punk" movement, Crip Riot's mission is to bring disability pride to the masses. Through production of Disabled media, swag and stories we hope to foster a crip culture that is bold, unapologetic and f***ing lit.

 

We are a space where disabled creators, innovators, and contributors can find a voice and express themselves. We exist to ensure access and liberation for our communities and recognize Disability is an experience, not a tragedy.

 

No one is equal until we are all equal, and we're ready to riot. Are you?

A light skinned person with round glasses and bleach blond hair, wears a white studded choker
A light skinned person with round glasses and bleach blond hair, wears a white studded choker

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A Black man posing in a "F*** Stairs" shirt in front of a brick wall.
A Black man posing in a "F*** Stairs" shirt in front of a brick wall.

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Two women and a man wearing "F*** Stairs" and "Crip Riot" shirts, smiling in front of a brick wall.
Two women and a man wearing "F*** Stairs" and "Crip Riot" shirts, smiling in front of a brick wall.

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A light skinned person with round glasses and bleach blond hair, wears a white studded choker
A light skinned person with round glasses and bleach blond hair, wears a white studded choker

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A note on reclamation and identity-first language:

Our products will often feature reclaimed language, and recognize that this language might still be controversial, especially without context. If our products incorporate terms like “Queer” “Insane” “Cripple”, know that this is done deliberately with the support and consultation of those in the community for whom our products are designed. Reclamation and identity-first language bring incredible liberation to many and this will be reflected in our creations.

Orange silhouettes of a person walking and a person in a wheelchair
White text boxes that read "AUTISTIC", "CRIPPLE", "DISABLED", "INSANE", "MAD"
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