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Disability History Month
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Let’s Explore Disability History Month
- We Move Together (ages 6+)
- William Hoy Story (ages 4-8)
- All The Way To The Top (ages 4-8)
- How has the work of disability rights activists made your everyday life easier?
- In the way your home is built?
- In your favorite activities at school?
- In how you play your favorite sports?
- How are these spaces and activities still inaccessible to some people? What would it take to make them more accessible?
- What obstacles are we afraid to run into if we tried to make these spaces more accessible?
- Register for free bystander intervention training to Support People With Disabilities In Public Spaces on November 9, 2022 via Right To Be.
Additional resources to dig deeper into this topic:
- Tenacious Instigators – Kids Books Celebrating Disabled Heroes
- 4 Ways to Fight Ableism With Kids Books: #LiberatingWebinars
- More stories of Disability History for Kids
- #OwnVoices Kidlit Authors with Disabilities
- Normalizing Disabled Characters in Kidlit
- They ALL Eat Worms In China – how racism & ableism uphold each other in kidlit