Nondisabled people: Please stop arguing with us about our experiences

I keep noticing a really peculiar trend, and while I’m speaking from the perspective of disability, it’s by no means limited to disability — it happens with race, with gender, with religious faith. It starts with a disabled person making a statement about her life, a comment on disability representation, expressing irritation with her treatment […]

Unsung Accomplishments of the Obama Administration: Eric Holder, the DoJ, and Disability Rights

Under Attorney General Eric Holder, the US Department of Justice has really stood out in a lot of ways over the last four years; notably in the area of voting rights and the protection of communities of colour. These accomplishments aren’t really heralded as they should be, and one area where progressives have been especially […]