Tameka Citchen Spruce

Film Indie Producer, Screenwriter and Disability Justice Activist

Tameka Citchen-Spruce is an African American woman with a physical disability. She has been advocating and raising awareness for over 15 years for access to affordable and accessible housing, fighting against voting oppression towards people with disabilities, racial and gender injustices, and health equity. 

Part of her activism is telling stories. She seeks to produce and write films and documentaries that will influence and inspire the world. She specializes in telling stories from unrepresented communities like herself in a complex, thought-provoking, and engaging manner.

Justifiable Homicide

Justifiable Homicide


Where her work has appeared

Film Festivals, Non-profits or Publications


Co-Presented Surviving Racism and Ableism 101


Lead actor won hottest upcoming actor award


Co-Presented Voter Rights Education Across Michigan


Featured guest to talk about black people with disabilities and poice and voting rights


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