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Disability (Rainbow)

Colours & Meanings

Life(from the Rainbow flag)

Healing (from the Rainbow flag)

Sunlight (from the Rainbow flag)

Nature (from the Rainbow flag)

Serenity (from the Rainbow flag)

Spirit (from the Rainbow flag)

Mourning, for those who have suffered from Ableist violence, and representing rebellion and protest (from the Disability Pride Flag)

Mental Illness (from the Disability Pride Flag)

Intellectual and Developmental Disability (from the Disability Pride Flag)

Invisible and Undiagnosed Disabilities (from the Disability Pride Flag)

Physical Disability (from the Disability Pride Flag)

Sensory Disability (from the Disability Pride Flag)

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About

The Disability (Rainbow) flag combines the Disability Pride flag with the Rainbow Flag, to represent LGBTQIA+ people who have disabilities.

The Disability Pride Flag was created by Ann Magill, a disabled woman, in consultation with other disabled people. The six colours featured have specific meanings (see above), whilst the zig-zag/lightning bolt shapes represent the barriers disabled people navigate, the creativity in doing so, and the breaking free from normative authority and body control.

A variant of the flag exists with the transgender flag in place of the rainbow.

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