Trump’s budget proposal includes fatal provisions for disabled Americans. Will Congress do the right thing by their disabled constituents?
Music reviewer Anna Hamilton takes a look at the deeply satisfying and beautiful new album from Perfume Genius.
#CriptheVoteUK is mobilising to ensure that the voices of disabled Brits are heard at the polls in June.
Being shouted at and called a ‘scrounger’ is a routine occurrence for disabled people in Britain, and it’s time for nondisabled people to do something about it.
An uncritical recent NPR report on a mobility study stigmatized disability and failed to interview health care stakeholders.
Right from the opening ceremonies, this year’s Paralympic Games were saturated in inspiration porn.
The title might sound intimidatingly dry, but this is a pivotal, challenging, thoughtful book about disability and society.
Japan’s largest mass murder since the Second World War is going largely undiscussed, as are its implications. Here’s why you should care that 19 disabled Japanese people were knifed to death in their beds.
Britain’s disabled people have faced years of austerity and a steady stripping away of social supports. The European Union has provided them with means for fighting back, which could make a Brexit devastating for them. Here’s why writer Philippa Willits will be voting to stay in.
Writer Anna Hamilton discusses the CDC’s new guidelines for opioids, and how they’re already hurting chronic pain patients. The CDC’s attempt at addressing addiction in the US is just creating more stigma.