Monthly Archives: July 2012

How to be an Ally to Disabled & Neurodiverse Folks in Activist & Academic Communities:

**Note:  This is based on my own  experience as a multiply marginalized Disabled, Trans, Queer, Autistic activist. In compiling this list, I consulted other Disabled activists as well. Most activism I’ve been involved with has taken place in  Queer activist … Continue reading

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Creating a Culture of Inclusion: The Power of Accessible Spaces. Opening Notes.

  Accessible spaces for individuals who are marginalized–who are subjected to abuse on many levels–symbolize an opening, a release, freedom. An open space is an open embrace. For those of us who live on the margins of the margins, who have … Continue reading

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