SOURCE: New York Times
Kriegel's writings about his experiences after contracting polio stripped away sentimentality and pity from the literary stereotype of the disabled in favor of a full and often conflicted picture of his own humanity as a disabled person.
by Matthew Rozsa
While Carter campaigned on pledges to support the demands of the disabled for fuller participation in American society, he didn't fulfill those problems without a strong push from protesters in the movement.
SOURCE: Made By History at the Washington Post
by Shay Ryan Olmstead
The legal strategies that LGBT groups have used to defend their rights and dignity in society may be less effective with hard-right judges on the bench. Direct action and activism outside the courts will be needed to make sure that the right doesn't use the law to target trans people for political gain.
SOURCE: New York Daily News
by Jonathan Zimmerman
Comparisons of American COVID policies to either the Nazis or the eugenics movement both distort history. Have liberals been more tolerant of one than the other?
SOURCE: NY Times
by Jonathan M. Stein
The Trump administration’s Social Security proposal would repeat one of Ronald Reagan’s most damaging mistakes.
SOURCE: Washington Post
by David Pettinicchio
The big hole in our civil rights laws.
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