OHMA EXHIBITS: a collection of interactive oral history encounters

It's Not About Me (2022)

By Kayleigh Stack

This is a live in-person solo monologue of a personal narrative of a woman—myself—sharing an experience of what it means to be disabled, walking around with an “invisible bruise”. An experience I claim has very little say on anyone else’s disability, even with those who might have the same condition. I discuss my sharing on disability as a form of resistance to all the trained and credentialed experts telling the story of others whose bodies, lives, or cultures they might study but have no direct embodied experience with, merging the divide between “studied” and “lived”.

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