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10 Books on Disability Justice

You can’t achieve comprehensive social justice without disability justice. Here’s an entry point to disability justice and its many facets, including Stairs and Whispers edited by Sarah Alland, Khairani Barokka, and Daniel Sluman.

6 More of the Best Audiobooks for Mental Health Awareness Month

Including both vivid, first-person memoirs and beautifully written novels, here are some favorite audiobooks about mental health.

9 Middle Grade Novels With Disabled Main Characters

These nine middle grade novels with disabled main characters show the depth and breadth of disabled pre-teen experiences.

The Current State of Disability Representation in Children’s Books

This analysis looks at disability representation in children's books and what needs to change in the industry to make it more inclusive.

Dear Netflix, Adapt these Books With Disabled People in Lead Roles

Netflix, here are suggestions for books with disabled people in lead roles, ready for adaption, including The Kiss Quotient by Helen Hoang.

Recent Funding Cuts to Accessible Books for Canadians With Print Disabilities Will Be Devastating

Recent devastating funding cuts to accessible books for Canadians with print disabilities will have dire consequences.

8 Audiobook Recommendations for the Disability Readathon

It’s almost time for The Disability Readathon! Here are few recent #OwnVoices audiobooks by and about disabled people.

Read Harder: A Children’s Book That Centers a Disabled Character But Not Their Disability

We've got books for the Read Harder task asking you to read a children’s book that centers a disabled character but not their disability.

Read Harder: An Own Voices Book About Disability

In this Read Harder Challenge post, we're recommending books for the task asking you to read an own voices book about disability.

5 Books for an Introduction to Disability History in the U.S.

These introductory U.S. disability history books, including A Disability History of the United States by Kim E. Nielsen, show how racism, anti-LGBTQIA prejudice, ableism, and sexism have, and still do, intersect.