The ADA encourages disabled people to feel safe in the workforce and beyond, but in reality it only serves to give them the opportunity to be exploited just like everyone else.
I am not blithely grateful for poor treatment and I won’t accept the bare-minimum of accessibility and inclusion. My love for myself is revolutionary. This essay contains discussions of ableism and self-harm By Imani Barbarin I was 10 when I first came across
Class doesn’t exist in a vacuum. In fact, disabled people are one of the most disenfranchised groups when it comes to labor rights. TW: ableism Being very active on social media, I have found community with other self-avowed leftists. In many ways,
Seeing Black disabled people affirming their identities, practicing radical transparency, gives me permission to move in my full selfhood. By Aurielle Marie “I’m curating a show for disabled poets, and I think you should feature,” read the message from my friend and