Puar’s latest scholarship delves into issues the disability studies community has yet to explore in depth, making for a challenging and vitally necessary read.
You assume I don’t work because I’m disabled and criticise me, while refusing to hire disabled people. Which is it?
Uber just got the boot in London. That could inadvertently harm disabled people.
The arguments in favour of assisted suicide don’t hold water with disabled people, who are very tired of hearing their lives aren’t worth living.
Flooding in Texas and Bangladesh is a grim reminder that disaster planning for disabled people is woefully inadequate.
Proposals to create a registry of autistic patients send chills down the spine of this autistic, who worries about how it will be used to abuse vulnerable people.
Disabled people are worried about the implications of assisted suicide in a world where their lives are undervalued.
A disabled man came to England seeking safety. Instead, he was murdered in a brutal hate crime.
Global Comment’s editors are delving into longreads on coal country, dispatches from disability rights protests, and much more this week. Come join us!
Charlie Gard’s parents want him to live. A court decided to deny him to the chance.