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Anti-Oppression

Anti-oppression, diversity, inclusion, and social justice resources.

Ableism is prejudice or discrimination against people with disabilities in favor of people who are able-bodied.

Anti-Ableism

is the strategies, theories, actions, and practices that challenge and counter ableism, inequalities, prejudices, and discrimination based on developmental, emotional, physical, or psychiatric (dis)ability.

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