Written by Andrea Miller-Nesbitt
In honour of National AccessAbility Week (May 28th to June 3, 2023) and Global Accessibility Awareness Day(May 18th), this month’s book display celebrates the diversity that disability brings to the human experience. The display includes the work of disabled authors, researchers, and artists. You will find books on the history of disability activism and justice in Canada the United States and beyond, books by and for people with a variety of disabilities and intersecting identities, and more!
The Library supports equity, diversity, inclusivity, and accessibility work in programming, services, teaching and learning, staff culture, scholarship, and advocacy. We are committed to engaging with this ongoing work in a variety of ways with the aim of building deep and meaningful change. Please take a moment to fill out the short survey on library accessibility. All answers are anonymous. We value your feedback!
Enjoy this display and if you have any feedback or recommendations please send them to email@example.com. Let us celebrate the contributions of people with disabilities!