Telling our stories

Friday, May 22, 2015
Jax-Jacki Brown

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Jax-Jacki Brown

“There is power in minorities telling their own stories,” says Write-ability tutor Jax-Jacki Brown.

Brown is a feminist, disability and queer rights activist and spoken-word performer with a BA in Communication and Cultural Studies (honours) which focused on the intersections between queer and disability identities.

Brown is the independent producer of Quippings: Disability Unleashed, a disability performance troupe and is also a freelance writer and a workshop presenter on disability and sexuality for university departments, health and disability organisations.

Update: Jax will be running a workshop at the Own Voices Forum in Bendigo in August 2017.

Jax's writing tip

Photo of Jax-Jacki Brown with the text, "There is power in minorities telling their own stories - that's one of the things that really begins to change things in society"

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