If your revolution doesn’t include explicit discussion of disability, it’s missing something.
In conversations about the criminalisation of disability, we must acknowledge the racialisation of stigmatised impairments.
Event organisers angry about being told they need to include accessibility plans often respond by demanding free labour from disabled people. This should end now.
Sometimes a big shift in representation can happen with a relatively small project, like increasing diversity in stock photography.
Aktion T4, the Nazi eugenics programme, was a dark, horrific part of World War Two history that’s still suppressed, and it shouldn’t be that way.
The relationship between veganism and disability is more complicated than many vegans are willing to admit.
Nondisabled parents of disabled children have dominated the conversation long enough. It’s time for them to sit down.
Disabled people face a serious problem if Obamacare is repealed: Loss of health insurance courtesy pre-existing conditions.
Event organisers who truly commit to intersectional social justice should make accessibility part of their planning from the start. Not an afterthought or an add-on.
Telling disabled people to ‘just leave the country’ is not an appropriate response to their fears about the Trump Administration.