How to use an eraser to erase a disability word

When I first started to use my disability language on Twitter, it was with the intent of trying to keep my account updated.I was trying to get new followers and to keep up with my colleagues and friends.Then, one day, I saw a tweet from @sarabie_sarah, a writer for the Guardian, where she said, “I […]

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Why do people struggle with language reading?

It’s a question that makes many people in disability rights groups feel very uncomfortable, especially when they’re on the receiving end of a disability-related offence.But for many, it’s a reality.And it is, says Daniel Grewal, who is director of the Disability Rights Institute in the US and an expert on disability rights.Disability rights advocates often […]

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Why are Americans being forced to leave the country?

I don’t know.I have no idea.I’m not really interested.It seems to me there are people that care about language in a very special way, and that’s where we’re heading, I don-t know.The question is, are we going to get that people are willing to leave, or are we not going to be able to get […]

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