The objective of this reading list is to provide an overview of reading and video materials about various aspects of disability justice. In order to be well informed about disability justice, it is important to understand some of its major concepts.
This reading list is divided into four parts: Introduction to Disability Justice, Ableism, Intersectionality, and How to Be an Ally.
This goes through the history and basics of disability justice, some major themes that are vital to understand when encountering this topic, and some steps that people can take to be an ally for disabled people. Download the Reading List by clicking here.
The Disability Justice Reading List was created by Daniel Rueda, our intern from American University, and designed by the NAMED Advocates team.