In the United States, over 25% of people have a disability. Our colleagues, community members, and families most likely have at least one person with a disability. So what qualifies as a disability? What is an accommodation? This tutorial examines a basic understanding of accessibility.
Especially since the ADA, many people with disabilities & people of color have unapologetically claimed their bodily autonomy. However, our society has also stripped bodily autonomy from our communities. This tutorial examines the stories of 5 Black women who teach us what bodily autonomy really means.
Our understanding of Juneteenth largely comes from stories that are told by abled-bodied people. This tutorial discusses Juneteenth through the eyes of Black disabled leaders and helps you grapple with which disability principles to leverage during emancipation.