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ADA 30: No Justice for Disabled Native People

ADA 30: No Justice for Disabled Native People Jen Deerinwater  Content notes: genocide, sexual assault, eugenics, suicide, suicide attempts, intergenerational trauma Plain language summary https://media.blubrry.com/disability_visibility/content.blubrry.com/disability_visibility/Jen_Deerinwater-ADA_30_No_Justice_for_Disabled_Native_People_.mp3 Waking up has been increasingly … Continue Reading ADA 30: No Justice for Disabled Native People

Book jacket for "Down's Syndrome Screening and Reproductive Politics: Care, Choice, and Disability in the Prenatal Clinic: Care, choice, disability in the prenatal clinic." The title is in black text against a white background. There is an ultrasound machine with a monitor showing something indistinguishable on the left-side of the image. Next to the ultrasound equipment is an exam table. The author's name, "Gareth M. Thomas" is in black text below the title.

Interview with Gareth M. Thomas on Down Syndrome screening & reproductive politics

Below is an interview with Gareth M. Thomas, a sociologist at Cardiff University, UK. He is the author of a new book, Down’s Syndrome Screening and Reproductive Politics: Care, Choice, and … Continue Reading Interview with Gareth M. Thomas on Down Syndrome screening & reproductive politics

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Ableism in Journalism: How the Coverage of Jerika Bolen’s Story Negatively Affects All Readers

Ableism in Journalism: How the Coverage of Jerika Bolen’s Story Negatively Affects All Readers Guest Blog post by Hannah Soyer This fall I’ll be a senior with at the University … Continue Reading Ableism in Journalism: How the Coverage of Jerika Bolen’s Story Negatively Affects All Readers