Last updated on July 27th, 2023 at 03:54 pm
Black and white photo of Judy Heumann speaking into a microphone with police officers standing behind her. On her coat, she is wearing a button that says “Sign 504”, referring to the 504 Sit-in, a disability rights protest that began on April 5, 1977.
Free Disability Pride Social Media Graphics
No fancy post here, my friends – just a freebie for anyone who’d like free Disability Pride social media graphics! I initially created these graphics for my own use, then decided it would be lovely to share them with anyone who would like to use them.
Each of the graphics has a black and white photo of Judy Heumann (rest in power), considered the mother of the modern disability movement against a black background. She is speaking into a microphone with police officers behind her. On her coat, she is wearing a button that reads, “Sign 504”. This is referring to the 504 Sit-In, a disability rights protest in April of 1977 that Heumann led. The Disability Pride flag stripes are at the top left and right, with “Disability Pride” in the center. The quote by Judy reads, “Disability only becomes a tragedy when society fails to provide the things we need to lead our lives”. At the bottom is, “Created with heart emoji by Bela Gaytán”, Bela’s logo of a light bulb with a plant growing inside, and BelaGaytan.com.
You may right click each image and select “Save image as” to download it to your computer or click the links below to download the image. Use them wherever you like; however, please do not remove the credit within the photo. Tag me in your posts, too, if you’d like. I’d love to see where you’re using them!