In this comic series, we’ll be digging into accessible housing in Cleveland. We’ll answer questions about what people need, what is being built – and what makes a home accessible for someone who uses a wheelchair or a walker to get around?
Comic creator John G explains what can make a home more – or less – accessible for a person who uses a wheelchair.
Comic creator John G reflects on how his response to the lack of accessibility in clubs and music venues is different now than when he first started going to punk and underground shows and playing in bands.
How many people in Cleveland need accessible housing? Who are they?
Comic creator John G wonders how much of the housing being built in Cleveland is accessible for people who use wheelchairs?
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Meet the creator
John G is an illustrator and comic creator who’s been actively contributing to the Northeast Ohio arts and comics communities for more than two decades. His comics work includes the autobiographical comics Tales To Demystify and Love Again as well as The Lake Erie Monster in collaboration with Jake Kelly. John curated and edited the annual Cleveland Scene Comics Issue from 2013 to 2018. Find his original Tales to Demystify comic at Shiner Comics.
Nat Ziegler is a reader, writer, researcher and Cleveland Documenter who is passionate about housing and transit justice.