The Healing Justice Lending Library is a library of tools to help students and community members live and thrive in Oberlin. We see healing as Movement work. The Library will be stocked with healing tools ranging from mobility devices to gender affirming items to trauma kits to herbal remedies. We hope for the Library to be an entry point into disability justice community and organizing work for many people, a place to raise consciousness and politicize the issue of disability. We envision a thriving community of politicized disabled folks, healing together, sharing our collective knowledge with each other, and working together to challenge ableism in our community. The process of creating the library will be documented in an instructional DIY Healing Justice Lending Library Zine. As a conscious effort to resist a society that tries to isolate us, we see collective healing as a revolutionary tool.