Definitions

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  • n. Ableism: discrimination against the disabled.

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Examples

  • Don't let the terminology scare you: "disablism" is an alternative word for "ableism."

    Carnivals new and upcoming, and the second annual BADD

  • “Mainstream” schooling and disablism « Gin&Comment

    “Mainstream” schooling and disablism « Gin&Comment

  • If you read Elizabeth's stuff you'll learn a lot about goth lolly culture and anime, wheelchair sports sadly not as egalitarian as you'd expect, despair and cutting, the underbelly of the Canadian health care system, the limitations of home care agencies, disablism, memory loss, rage, and most important, determination.

    Family

  • Jay Angel's blog against disablism post on healthy privilege is really a must read.

    May 8th, 2008

  • Media dis&dat: Blog against disablism on May 1 skip to main | skip to sidebar

    Blog against disablism on May 1

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    On Legislating Manners

  • It's been quite a year since I last blogged on disablism.

    Rolling Rains Report

  • Some FWD are decrying the "ableism" theme of the story line while at the same time demanding recognition of "disablism".

    hazel8500

  • In the previous three BADD, folks have written about all manner of subjects, from discrimination in education and employment, through health care, parenting, family life and relationships, as well as the interaction of disablism with racism and sexism.

    Diary of a Goldfish

  • The entire success of Blogging Against Disablism Day depends entirely on bloggers telling other bloggers and readers in advance. on the subject of disability discrimination, disablism or ableism and publish it on May 1st - or as close as you are able.

    Diary of a Goldfish

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