Why are disabled people of colour, especially Black people, so much more likely to be unemployed?
Each year, disability bloggers from all over the world gather for Blogging Against Disablism Day, which falls on 1 May. Astute readers will also note that 1 May is May Day, the international day of labour action. Since I take disability and labour alike very seriously, and there are numerous intersections between the two that […]
Blogging Against Disableism Day (BADD) is upon us yet again, and I’m excited to see all the pieces about disability, the disabled experience, and the society we live in that will be flooding in over the course of the day from all over the world. I always encounter new people, new experiences, and thought-provoking comments […]
Blogging Against Disablism Day always represents a fantastic opportunity to express solidarity across two important causes: disability rights and labour rights. The two have more in common than many people seem to think, and this marks a perfect opportunity to talk about their intersections. The labour rights movement includes disabled people, and the disability rights […]
The annual Blogging Against Disablism Day is upon us, and there’s an ongoing compilation of excellent posts on this topic going up which is worth checking throughout the day. Today is also, of course, International Workers’ Day, and it seems like every year, some people get extremely upset that BADD also falls on this holiday; […]
It’s Blogging Against Disablism Day 2010, and I would highly recommend checking in at Diary of a Goldfish to see other posts on the theme! A question that I get from a lot of nondisabled folks as they are starting to explore ableism and interacting with people with disabilities is ‘I really can’t stand it […]