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What is Ableism? “An outreach project dedicated to dealing with the disconnect between the disability community and the liberal, progressive and left activist scene.”

Be the Change: Six Disabled Activists on Why the Resistance Must Be Accessible,” Autostraddle, Feb. 13, 2017.

Madison Mahdia Lynn, “A Nervous Wreck’s Disabled Guide to Stepping Up: Navigation dis/ability and anxiety in the call to action.”

Katie Tastrom, “To Those of Us Who Are Unable to March: You are Important.” The Body is Not an Apology, Jan. 18, 2017

Emily Ladau, “Disability Rights Are Conspicuously Absent From The Women’s March Platform,” The Establishment, January 16, 2017

Women’s March Disability Caucus Statement on “Why We March

Johanna Hedva, “Sick Woman Theory,” Mask Magazine, 2016.

Access Suggestions for Mobilizations,” Sins Invalid, Jan. 24, 2017

Art & Activism

ROAR Spotlight #1: Karrie Higgins


Robyn Powell, “As a Disabled Woman, I am Terrified of a Trump Presidency,” The Establishment, Nov. 14, 2016

Carolyn Zaikowski, “Disabled People will Die Under a Trump Presidency,” Medium, Nov. 18, 2016

Gabrielle Moss, “Can’t Attend The Women’s March On January 21st? Then Get Involved With These Online Activities” Bustle, January 16, 2017


Disability Rights Organizing History

History of Disability Activism: Disabled Protest Greyhound Policies

History of Disability Activism: Ed Roberts, the Disability Rights Movement, and the ADA

Self-Care & Support

Surviving the Trump Effect,” Yoga Praxis Blog

Oh Crap! What Now? Survival Guide


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