July marks the anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the landmark legislation passed on July 26, 1990, that broke down barriers to inclusion in society. Disability Pride Month was first celebrated that same year, taking place in Boston, Massachusetts in the US. Celebrations follow, with th…
Date: Aug 17 2023
EMERGING AMERICA HISTORY eNEWS Vol.
Date: Aug 11 2023
Celebrating A Natural and Beautiful Part of Human Diversity Guest post by Stephanie Polito
Date: Aug 1 2023
Reform to Equal Rights is the first ever K-12 Disability History Curriculum. The curriculum supports history and civics teachers in all settings. Lessons can stand on their own. Or teachers can integrate selections from the 200+ primary sources, and/or accessible activities, into what they already teach on topics such as impacts of wars, immigration, social movements, and changing roles of governm…