Song Charis

Song (she/they) is a long time participant and facilitator in the Community Care Clinics for Disabled and Chronically Ill Movement Folks. Song’s movement interests have most recently been focused on disability justice, supporting survivors and families from an abolitionist perspective, popular education, and any form of imagining and building libertory systems for meeting our needs together. Outside of work, you may find Song playing or teaching the fiddle, foraging and preserving foods to share, swimming, gathering around a bonfire with comrades, or loafing with their two cats.

A photo of Song. Song has fawny pink skin with short brown hair. They are wearing eyeglasses, a black shirt that says "no fascism", and have a piece of barbell jewelry in their bottom lip. They are looking and smiling at the camera. Behind them is a backround with white flowers.