Hello, everyone and welcome to the Redefining Disability Project! I’m excited to have you here, and would like to thank my collaborator and fellow Evil Genius, and… 398 more words
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Because this is more than a moment, this is a movement. Because we’re all invested in our communities and justice for everyone.
Loved this recent tweet and photo of a disabled woman protesting with the people of Ferguson, Missouri from Ryan J. 57 more words
Like many people in their twenties, I am an angry person. I don’t think I’ve ever been this angry before or at least, not consistently. Even in my teens, my view on social issues seemed to take a more distant approach including those that affected me personally. 917 more words
Be careful what you wish for Mr.GAYNOR.
Please click on the following link to read the ideas of Mr Bernard Gaynor…
Laws allowing discrimination against homosexuals are good…129 more words
Cheylla Silva has filed an emergency motion in U.S. federal court (Miami) to obtain signed language interpreter access during childbirth.
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Silva is hoping the delivery goes smoothly because if there are serious problems, she might be at a loss to communicate with her doctors and nurses.
Discrete discrimination is not silent but it is often imperceptible to those not on the receiving end of the unintended attack. The wounds developed from countless encounters with whispering thrashes are deep and influence the victim’s identity and perception of the world at large. 184 more words