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Listening to disabled people is the best way to learn about accesiblity. 


Stephanie "Najma" Johnson, What exactly is Intersectionality? 

Angel L. Miles, Akemi Nishida, Anjali J. Forber-Pratt, An open letter to White disability studies and ableist institutions of higher education

S. M. Neumeier, Disabled Genders

Talia A. Lewis, Working Definition of Ableism

Rachel Cohen-Rottenberg, Ableism on the Left is Still Ableism

Disability and Education

S. M. Neumeier, Bullying is Abuse, and Abuse Has No Perks

Kerima Çevik, The Presumption of Incompetence: When Prophecy Fails

Rae Green on classes in school being inaccessible

Rae Green on navigating school campuses

Molly Burke, What School Was Like As A Blind Student

Jessica Kellgren-Fozard, Being Disabled In School

Desirae McNeil, My Learning Disability Story

Speech and Debate Stories, A Guide to Diversity and Inclusion for Camps


Lydia X. Z. Brown, Ableism/Language

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