Service animals provide disabled people with therapeutic emotional support. Additionally, they’re trained to specifically cater to their owners and to assist them with their unique disabilities. But there might be a lot that you don’t know about them – which can lead to unintended ableism. Learn more about how to broaden your intersectional feminism around dis/ability.
Many feminists want to work towards justice for people with disabilities, but how often do we stop and think about how we might be perpetuating ableism in our everyday lives?
Panhandling is when people ask for money in public spaces, and many people encounter it a daily basis. Here is a step-by-step guide to responding responsibly and compassionately to those who are panhandling.
We can’t determine who has a disability simply from appearance. So how can we be allies in everyday life for people with invisible disabilities? These will help.