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[Left] White woman wearing high-collared shirt looks at camera. No smile. [Right] A white woman with long, straight blondish-reddish hair. She smiles at the camera, eyes slightly squinted in the sunlight, with one arm wrapped around a narrow pillar on a brick building. Her shirt is gray with a flower pattern. There are benches on the porch behind her.

Ep 66: Cyborgs Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | RSS  Today’s episode is about cyborgs with Ashley Shew … Continue Reading Ep 66: Cyborgs

A stack of 17 library books lying horizontally. Text on the spines of the books from top to bottom: The Girl with All the Gifts, Disability and Difference in Global Contexts, Truevine, Normalization, The Ugly Laws, Kindred, Black Disabled Art History 101, Killing the Black Body, Forgotten Crimes, The Diary of Frida Kahlo, All the Weight of Our Dreams, Medical Apartheid, Unspeakable: The Story of Junnius Wilson, Black on Both Sides: A Racial History of Trans Identity, Blood in the Water, Sick from Freedom, Thinking Class

Collecting [a] home for Disability Justice in the Library

Collecting [a] home for Disability Justice in the Library   Written by Dana Bishop-Root and Dustin Gibson in collaboration with Bekezela Mguni. Audio version by Imani Barbarin. Content Warnings: … Continue Reading Collecting [a] home for Disability Justice in the Library