Cripping Emotional Labor: A Field Guide Amy Gaeta During my first of graduate school, without ever applying or asking, I was given an unpaid job: campus disability consultant … Continue Reading Cripping Emotional Labor: A Field Guide
I Have Food Allergies and Anorexia. Balancing Them Is A Lethal Challenge. Azza Altiraifi Content notes: discussion of food/allergies, eating disorders, and restrictions, anorexia, trauma, mental health, recovery, anxiety, … Continue Reading I Have Food Allergies and Anorexia. Balancing Them Is A Lethal Challenge.
The Anti-Blackness in Critiques of Lupita Nyong’o in Us Da’Shaun Harrison ***THIS ARTICLE DOES INCLUDE SPOILERS*** Jordan Peele’s sophomore film, Us, debuted just days ago, March 22, … Continue Reading The Anti-Blackness in Critiques of Lupita Nyong’o in Us
Indigenous Lives and Disability Justice Jen Deerinwater Content notes: genocide, colonization, suicide, death, medical neglect, discrimination, racism, settler colonialism, rape, sexual assault, murder, eugenics, forced sterilization, trauma, intergenerational trauma, historical … Continue Reading Indigenous Lives and Disability Justice
Dominick Evans is a friend and frequent collaborator with the Disability Visibility Project. Activist Arjun Sethi reached out to me last year about a book on hate in America featuring people from … Continue Reading American Hate: Interview with Dominick Evans
https://media.blubrry.com/disability_visibility/p/content.blubrry.com/disability_visibility/FINAL_Ep7_1.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | RSS Today’s episode is on violence and disabled people. … Continue Reading Ep 7: Violence and Disabled People
You are invited to participate in the #DisabledResilient Twitter chat co-hosted by Dolores Tejada of San Francisco Women Against Rape (SFWAR), Patty Berne of Sins Invalid and Alice Wong … Continue Reading 10/2 #DisabledResilient Twitter Chat: Sexual Violence & Disabled People
Disability and the Dilemma of Accessing Quality Women’s Healthcare: A Cautionary Tale By H. Lee I am a woman with muscular dystrophy in her late 30s who uses a power … Continue Reading Guest blog post: Disability and the Dilemma of Accessing Quality Women’s Healthcare