Ragged Edge Magazine Online
Ragged Edge is one of the best sources of disability-rights news, ideas, personalities, and literature. This site has an extensive archive covering over a decade of the disability-rights movement's history.
NOT DEAD YET
Not Dead Yet is a national, grassroots, disability-rights organization which opposes the legalization of physician-assisted suicide, euthanasia, "futile care" guidelines, coercive DNRs, and other forms of medical discrimination based on disabilities.
QUEER DISABILITY CONFERENCE
The first-ever Queer Disability Conference, in June 2002, brought together over 300 activists, artists, and academics to explore disability issues from an LGBTI perspective, and vice versa. On this website you can read some of the conference presentations, find various resources, and join a queer disability listserv.
ADAPT stands for American Disabled for Attendant Programs Today. This national activist group advocates the development of national policies which would free disabled and older people from institutions, by offering the alternative of in-home community-based support services.
Read a new poem by a contemporary poet each day! This site also offers poetry news, links, and an extensive archive.
This new website/store, created by Carrie Lucas, sells merchandise, including original bumper stickers with messages of pride, peace, environmentalism, and more. New items are added periodically, so visit often!
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