Disability Resource Guide : Blogs by Disabled People
Blogs by Disabled People
Imani Barbarin writes from the perspective of a black disabled woman with Cerebral Palsy. She specializes in blogging, science fiction, and memoir. Posts discuss a variety of different subjects such as disability representation in film and media, black disabled identity and community, and disability and sexuality.
This is a blog run by Mia Mingus, a founding member of the Bay Area Transformative Justice Collective. Mingus speaks about disability justice, a movement founded by disabled BIPOC that challenges able-bodied supremacy and centers interdependence.
Holly writes about her experiences living with a visual impairment in a predominantly sighted world. Posts also include tips and instructions on how to make content more accessible to people with visual impairments.
A blog about living at the intersection of liminal or not clearly-defined identities. The blog often discusses subjects such as gender fluidity, medical abuse, finding disabled community, and living with chronic illness and disabilities such as Ehlers Danlos Syndrome.
Ramp Your Voice! is a blog and movement run by Vilissa Thompson. The mission of Ramp Your Voice! is to promote empowerment, education, inclusion, and self-advocacy for disabled people across the United States and abroad.