Inspired by Hip-Hop pedagogy and the Krip-Hop movement, this paper aims to address the limits of inclusive education for disabled migrant students, by drawing on the community event “I am Hip-Hop” that took place in June 2019 in Italy. Through this community intervention, migrant and disabled migrant youth were provided a creative platform to reflect critically about their identity and journey. Ultimately, this paper offers teachers recommendations to anchor disabled migrant culture in educational practices.

DOI: 10.1080/00131725.2020.1798703
ISSN: 0013-1725