The threats that Williamson's ideas present to disabled people are not just hypothetical.
In a new resolution, the organization urges governments to listen to those who are affected the most by natural disasters.
A new report highlights gross inequities in health coverage for grad students—and a lack of access to mental-health resources more generally.
When we prioritize speed on the SAT, we discriminate against poor or disabled students—while we discount the importance of slower, deeper thinking.
These policies continue to traumatize and endanger children and teens.
At the extreme end of adaptive sports, technology allows visually impaired sailors to compete without the assistance of sighted crewmembers.
Cute, well-intentioned depictions of people with Down syndrome as charismatic megafauna literally dehumanize them.
America's courts still don't have clear protections for defendants with severe mental illness.
How comedian Maysoon Zayid is planning to reshape television.
A new project reveals the extent of preventable deaths in the wake of the 2017 hurricane.
The groups' opposition hinges on Kavanaugh's general distrust of social programs critical to disabled Americans.
A conversation with Rebecca Cokley and Rebecca Vallas.
FEMA and the Red Cross talk a good game, but the disability community is skeptical.
School officials shouldn't joke about calling the cops on vulnerable children. They should also stop treating non-compliance as criminal.