The People History Museum’s explores the history of disabled people’s activism and the ongoing fight for inclusion with a wonderful collection of exhibits brought together for the first time,
Nothing About Us Without Us is PHM’s most accessible exhibition to date, with a range of accessible formats allowing audiences to engage with the works in different ways: you will find Large Print guides, audio narration and British Sign language-interpreted and captioned film of the exhibition content as well as braille transcriptions. The show has been co-curated by four community curators who identify as disabled people and guided by a steering group who have been working with the museum since 2018.
Visitors will find protest materials such as banners, t-shirts, photographs, cartoons and sculpture. Nothing About Us Without Us is also accompanied by an extensive programme of accessible events and activities.