Aimee Louw is a Canadian writer, activist, communications scholar, and radio host. Her media practice spans topics of accessibility, disability justice, settler colonialism, and feminism. In recent years, Aimee has been a part of the growing accessibility advocacy community in Montreal, Canada, focusing on accessible transit and cultural spaces.
Aimee directs a multimedia series called The Underwater City Project, which documents personal experiences of ableism and accessibility in five Canadian cities. In 2015, Aimee co-produced a bilingual (French and English) disability-based sex education project, ACSEXE+.
Aimee is often featured in Canadian media discussing accessibility issues, but her favourite place is behind the microphone interviewing people for radio.
Her current research explores the connections and intersections of anti-colonial and accessibility activisms in Canada through personal storytelling.