What Canada’s Immigration Policies Say about the Status of Disability in Canada


Originally posted on crippledscholar:
Every so often in Canada (and other countries but I’m focusing on Canada here) a sad story will appear in the papers. It’s one that we’ve seen before and will unfortunately see again. A family has…

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The Hierarchy of Activism


Originally posted on slowwalkersseemore:
I use social media a lot and incorporate it into my brand of activism. I try to stay “plugged in” and on the pulse of what’s current in the world of disability rights. My interests often…

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Marla Crews

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Originally posted on Disability March:
My hair is dark blonde with gray. My hearing aids are not visible. I feel the Disability March is important. For too long, those of us with disabilities are forgotten, pushed to the side, left…

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Lax Blog Postings for 2016


I realize I have let followers down, and promise to do better this coming year.

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Discriminatory Laws and Attitudes are Anti-American

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My response to the current wave of “religious freedom,” “religious liberty,” and other such discriminatory laws being passed or proposed lately.

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Seeing Hearing Impairments


Originally posted on hearington:
If we could see hearing impairment, what would it look like? Lets begin our analogy with an image: This is how a neurotypical person would see the image. The colours are vibrant, edges are clear and…

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Deaf people often need to work harder


Originally posted on Asphyxia:
Deafness is not visible, and some of the difficulties Deaf people face can be invisible to hearing people, who can easily take ‘hearing privilege’ for granted. Here, I wanted to raise some awareness about the extra…

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Working as an actress who is deaf… 


Originally posted on Rebecca A. Withey:
?? Whether you’re aware of the #deaftalent hashtag trend that’s circulating social media, there’s a storm brewing in the deaf world. Or amongst the thespians at least.? I say this because I’ve sensed for…

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Scope’s Romance Classics: Penelope Friday is ‘The Sensual Scribe’


Originally posted on Scope's Blog:
Penelope Friday is an erotic fiction author with a penchant for raunchy tales of sex and romance. This sensual scribe will not stand for the “disabled people don’t have sex” attitude. Why wouldn’t the…

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How To Cite Social Media: MLA & APA Formats

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Originally posted on TeachBytes:
Well, it’s official, you can now officially cite social media sources in MLA and APA formats. Although this might not seem like a big deal, it is an important step in acknowledging social media as an…

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