The Law of Equivalent Exchange
by Rhiannon Blade
[Video Description: There is a dark blue background. On the left of the screen, taking up 2/3 of the screen, is the 'The Law of Equivalent Exchange’ video. On the right is a video of Elizabeth Morris, a Deaf woman, in front of a white background with some speckles. Elizabeth is a white woman with blue eyes. She has long and blonde hair. She is wearing a black top with a black jacket. She is translating in American Sign Language. The 'The Law of Equivalent Exchange’ video starts with a title card featuring a dark blue background. At the top is The Disability Collective logo. To the left is the No Body Left Behind graphic. Beside that are the words "The Law of Equivalent Exchange by Rhiannon Blade". Underneath is "thedisabilitycollective.com". All text is in white. This fades into a video featuring multiple clips of Rhiannon in bed, in the shower, with their cat, in the car, and more. After her piece, the video then fades into a video with the same dark blue background from earlier. In the left corner is The Disability Collective logo in white. Below that is the graphic for No Body Left Behind. On the right is a photo of Rhiannon, a white effeminate person with wavy, medium length light blue hair, nose piercings, and ear piercings, wearing a black sweater with headphones in, smiling in front of tree branches with light shining through. An audio wave in white plays overtop their photo as they speak. After they finish speaking, this fades into the end card, featuring the same dark blue background, the No Body Behind Logo in the middle, the TDC logo on top, and "thedisabilitycollective.com" at the bottom]
ASL Interpretation by Elizabeth Morris
RHIANNON BLADE (they/them)
Rhiannon Blade (they/them) is a non-binary, queer, disabled, immunocompromised and chronicall-ill multi-media artist who focuses in written word and visual art.
No Body Left Behind is an online campaign centred around the disabled community’s concerns regarding the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions, including mask and vaccine mandates. We hope that this campaign will raise awareness around those who are being left behind as the world returns to “normal”.
We are currently raising money to go directly towards paying the artists and Deaf Interpreters who are featured as part of this project. We are relying solely on donations from our incredibly community to support this project!