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Significant Barriers In Higher Education For Black Disabled Students

Significant Barriers In Higher Education For Black Disabled Students


Posted on 25th April 2021


Participating in higher education often means significant disruption: school leavers lose most of what they knew and begin again, mature learners go through prominent upheaval preparing to study, perhaps years after they last did....


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Ableism and Racism Within Higher Education

Ableism and Racism Within Higher Education


Posted on 25th April 2021


I have spent decades overcoming the experiences of intertwined discrimination as a result of ableism and racism. On reflection, these experiences existed way before I knew what they were. I use to worry about...


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Disability & Race: Intersections Inadequately Explored in Disability Studies Courses


Posted on 19th July 2017


This blog may leave you satisfied, inspired, disappointed, or annoyed. Writing as a disabled student and woman of colour, I am determined to encourage people to consider what is at stake when we talk...


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Melanie Hibbert Bown

Personal, Public, Institutional: My Journey in Disability Studies


Posted on 29th June 2017


My journey into the area of disability studies began when I became a mother in the 1990s. Two of my daughters, now young adults, were labelled as having a Learning Disability. Looking back on...


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Welcome To Our New Website


Posted on 27th October 2016


Thank you for visiting our brand new website and blog section. If you’re interested in writing an article to be published on our blog, simply contact us by visiting our contact page. We hope you...


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