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What Can a Body Do?: How We...

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Fantastic for reading with middle graders, with some edits of more explicit descriptions of violence. Such good material for conversations with my son about race and the law and history.
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“This familiar, comparative idea of normal is so common that perhaps it feels timeless and universal, but it wasn’t until around 1840 that the word was even used to describe human qualities in European languages. (Prior to that time, normal referred to being perpendicular or square, a technical term that would have been used, for example, by a carpenter.)”
Sara Hendren, What Can a Body Do?: How We Meet the Built World

“In a social model [of disability], the interaction between the conditions of the body and the shapes of the world that makes disability into a lived experience, and therefore a matter not only for individuals but also for societies.
Sara Hendren, What Can a Body Do?: How We Meet the Built World

“In a social model [of disability], the interaction between the conditions of the body and the shapes of the world that makes disability into a lived experience, and therefore a matter not only for individuals but also for societies”
Sara Hendren, What Can a Body Do?: How We Meet the Built World

“We want to be on the winning team, but at the risk of turning our backs on the losers, no, it is not worth it. So we fight the long defeat.”
Paul Farmer




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