people with disabilities

Books

The Ugly Laws: Disability in Public

When I first moved to one of California’s beautiful seaside cities, a friend from a less self-consciously glamorous part of the country asked as she watched the young and fit lounging on the grass under palm trees, “Where are all the ugly people?” The question tapped depths she hardly dreamed of.
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Toward a theology of disability

Wheelchair ramps and assistive listening devices notwithstanding, Christian churches can be inhospitable to those whose minds or bodies fall outside the narrow spectrum we
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Interpreting Disability/Inside Deaf Culture

Interpreting Disability is a refreshingly honest look at real life as faced by people with disabilities.