Tag: epistemic injustice
Work that does not honor what a community says is colonial. The act of listening is really, really powerful. Keynote: The Game Has Changed – Cornelius Minor | CTRH! 2023 – YouTube Those lines from Cornelius Minor’s keynote at the Conference to Restore Humanity remind me of a saying in disability and neurodiversity communities: Nothing…
We were at last year’s Conference to Restore Humanity and are attending again this year. This online conference includes us like no other. Now we have the opportunity and understanding to move from emergency pandemic remote school and its pantomime of learning to purposefully designed online education spaces that are accessible, sustainable, and representative of the communities…
May is Mental Health Awareness Month. We dedicate this issue to epistemic justice, something sorely missing in the treatment of neurodivergent and disabled people’s mental health. Negative stereotypes stifle voices and useful tools. Lack of epistemic justice proliferates harm.