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Ambient-lit photo of JRE, a white fat femme, in a manual wheelchair with bright orange hair. The floor is concrete and reflects different shades of light from the large room.

Jesse Rice-Evans (she/they) is a neuroqueer femme from North Carolina working and living on unceded Lenapehoking-Canarsie land in Brooklyn, NY. Her work focuses on access pedagogy, anti-ableist teaching and learning, and abolitionist training for white educators. She’s a PhD candidate in English Rhetoric and Composition at the CUNY Graduate Center, a CUNY Humanities Alliance Fellow, and a Digital Pedagogy Fellow with the OpenLab at City Tech. They teach hybrid and fully-online workshops in rhetoric, pedagogy, and poetry, and her work has been published in Public Books, Entropy, The Journal of Multimodal Rhetorics, and the Anti-Ableist Composition Collective, where she also serves as Resources Editor. Their first full-length poetry collection The Uninhabitable (2019) is available from Sibling Rivalry Press.