Disability Justice and COVID-19 Resources

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Image Description: An illustration of a short-haired person with blue and green skin wearing a pink half-shirt and long pink skirt, seated in a green and orange wheelchair. Handwritten text reads : “Justice means a disability centered response to COVID-19.”

Image courtesy of Sins Invalid. Image Description: An illustration of a short-haired person with blue and green skin wearing a pink half-shirt and long pink skirt, seated in a green and orange wheelchair. Handwritten text reads : “Justice means a disability centered response to COVID-19.” Art by Rafi Darrow.

NYU CDS has compiled the following disability justice resources for nondiscrimination in education and healthcare during the COVID-19 crisis. With thanks to our friends and colleagues at DREDF, CIDNY, Sins Invalid, DS-HUM, and more:

Teaching Resources:

Health, Legal, and Advocacy Resources:

Op-Eds, Interviews, and Statements 

 

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