Jumoke Abdullahi (she/her)

Illustrated portrait of Jumoke.

Jumoke Abdullahi (she/her)

A Nigerian-British force of nature, Jumoke has a great passion for social justice, not least because her life as a disabled Black woman quite literally depends on it.

One half of The Triple Cripples, Jumoke writes and speaks on her experiences and is extremely passionate about eradicating the cultural taboos surrounding illness and disability within the Black community, in the UK, and the global diaspora.

She is currently doing her Masters degree on these topics. When not busy studying, Jumoke is a professional baby girl, a Yorubaddie, if you will.

Watch The Triple Cripples TEDx Talk.

Issues: Arts and Culture, Health and Healing, Education