Inspired by the disability justice movement, disability solidarity praxis, and the neurodiversity movement, courtney imagined the damn solidarity project as a space to build solidarity among intersectional disabled, autistic, mad, and neuroqueer communities.
The project began as an effort to address the disconnect among critical disability, autistic, mad, and neuroqueer scholarship. One year later, the critical disability studies database was launched as a part of the Remote Access Archive.
The infodump was created to provide access to multimedia information for disability justice, disability solidarity, and access. Similar to the critical damn studies database, the infodump creates a location to leverage collective knowledge.
The counterspace engages transformative justice, healing justice, and abolition to provide direct services for damn communities and reflect damn solidarity praxis.