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Black #Disability History: Leroy F. Moore Jr., Poet, Krip-Hop Artist, and Community Historian

Leroy F. Moore Jr. (1967 – ) Leroy F. Moore Jr. is an African American writer, poet, activist, and community historian. He was born with cerebral palsy to an activist family in New York, and from the beginning has been … Continue reading

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When Will the #Disability #Dating Double Standard End?

The Lead On Update is more than just an aggregation of current news.  It was created to offer a voice for the disability community – to express frustration, to analyze legislation, to comment on media, and to speak out on … Continue reading

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Disabilty Protests in Bolivia Heat Up

Disability Protests in Bolivia took a violent turn when disability activists clashed with local police. It is a grim reminder not only of how much more needs to be done for individuals with disabilities internationally, but also the progress of … Continue reading

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