A law professor at Fordham made the claim that being a black American is a disability in U.S. society.
Complimenting a Disabled Person can be a Microaggression at Mizzou
Calling a disabled person “inspiring” can be considered a microaggression at Mizzou. Wow.
Student Goes on Hunger Strike to Demand More Help for Disabled Students
The student also called for the firing of Peter Singer from Princeton, who has called for the ending of lives of disabled infants.
Wheelchair Basketball Event Offends Student Activists
Everyone is offended: The Red Eye, a popular recreational event at the University of Alberta, has been accused of promoting “ableism” due to its wheelchair basketball tournament and the game known as “sledge hockey.” Red…
MLA Stylebook: Capitalism Punishes the Disabled Poor
Capitalism discriminates against the poor and disabled, one professor said during a panel entitled, “Disability and the Global South” at the Modern Language Association’s annual convention. This year, it was held in Austin, Texas, hardly…
Academia Mistreating the Disabled
Good take from the Academe Blog.
Princeton Professor’s Remarks on Killing Disabled Newborns leads to Protests, Calls for Resignation
As Campus Reform reported: “Scores of disability activists descended upon Princeton University last week to demand the resignation of Professor Peter Singer.” “The activists took issue with Singer declaring in April that healthcare policy under…
Princeton Ethics Professor says ObamaCare should allow for Killing of Severely Disabled Infants
As The College Fix reported, professor Peter Singer made these inflammatory remarks in a radio interview: “Singer contended the health-care system under Obamacare should be more overt about rationing and that the country should acknowledge…
Disability Rolls Balloon
When a veteran academic finds something notable in a Republican president’s administration, it’s generally the expansion of a federal government program. At the American Enterprise Institute (AEI), on Tuesday, Michael Wiseman, an economist at George…