Don’t Forget those “Inspirational” Crips: A Guide to Disability Ally-ship in the Age of Trump
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Don’t Forget those “Inspirational” Crips: A Guide to Disability Ally-ship in the Age of Trump

I would like to start this post by (scream-crying into a pillow for 30 minutes) saying: here we are, we got what we got and we must move forward. Disability was a major topic during the presidential election. With it primarily being brought up after Trump apparently made fun of a disabled reporter and Clinton … Continue reading

Great Expectations: The Key to Black Disabled Excellence
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Great Expectations: The Key to Black Disabled Excellence

The children blessed me today! @NCDExecDir @AfAmEducation #AfAmInclusion pic.twitter.com/CBJhpzZgcE — LaTanya Sothern (@Sothernngirl) July 26, 2016 If you have ever been one of my educators and have not met my mother, consider yourself to be one of the best. My mother has always been my fiercest advocate when it came to equality in the classroom … Continue reading