Disabled People Against Cuts protest in Birmingham over the thousands of people killed by the Government through cuts, using direct action along the way to highlight the many accessibility problems disabled people face every day, and finishing the protest with an inspiring call to arms.
Slideshow The title of this year’s Tory conference is ‘For Hard Working People’ which seems like an attempt at irony coming from such avid fans of both tax evasion and inherited wealth. Meanwhile outside the […]
Film length: 12:34 10 Thousand Cuts and Counting: a powerful, moving and angry ceremony of remembrance and solidarity led by disability activists, Occupy activists and the Dean of St Paul’s Cathedral for those who have […]
Film length: 13:36 Fresh from their central role in the direct action against fracking, Disabled People Against Cuts (DPAC) launch their manifesto “Reclaiming Our Futures” with 5 demonstrations outside government departments – a real show […]