“As organizers, we need to think of access with an understanding of disability justice, moving away from an equality-based model of sameness and “we are just like you” to a model of disability that embraces difference, confronts privilege and challenges what is considered “normal” on every front.”
Crip Camp (documentary)
Bialka, C. S., & Havlik, S. (2020). Understanding Elementary and Middle School Counselors' Experiences with Disability Awareness and Advocacy. Journal of School Counseling, 18(25), n25.
“This qualitative study uses the American Counseling Association (ACA) Advocacy Competencies as a lens to understand how six school counselors raise disability awareness within the context of social justice advocacy.”
Ten Principles of Disability Justice, Sins Invalid