Six Things Educators Must Know About Neurodivergent People

Here are six things we think every educator must know about neurodivergent people. By understanding these, we make “all means all” more meaningful. Spiky Profiles One of the primary thingsContinue reading “Six Things Educators Must Know About Neurodivergent People”

Wendell & Wild: An Indictment of the School-to-Prison Pipeline with a Banging Black Punk Soundtrack

“Wendell & Wild” has a Black punk soundtrack, a Black girl protagonist with a transgender friend, a critique of the school-to-prison pipeline, and Key & Peele. The official playlist isContinue reading “Wendell & Wild: An Indictment of the School-to-Prison Pipeline with a Banging Black Punk Soundtrack”

Five Ways to Welcome All Bodyminds to Your Learning Event

We have detailed accessibility checklists and recommendations in our course “Enable Dignity: The Accommodations for Natural Human Variation Should Be Mutual“, but for this piece we reduce down to fiveContinue reading “Five Ways to Welcome All Bodyminds to Your Learning Event”

What the Mods Mean for Disability Representation in Star Wars

This video essay from Questing Refuge on disability representation and radical visibility in Star Wars is excellent and appreciated. In this video, I hope to highlight why aesthetic choices likeContinue reading “What the Mods Mean for Disability Representation in Star Wars”

Infinity Heart Brain Spine: Exploring Symbols for Interdependence and Pluralism That Might Just Be Fancy Pretzels

At Stimpunks, we’ve been using this hand sign as a symbol of interdependence. The thumb and index fingers interlock to form an infinity symbol, and the remaining fingers form theContinue reading “Infinity Heart Brain Spine: Exploring Symbols for Interdependence and Pluralism That Might Just Be Fancy Pretzels”