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3.9: Works Cited and Further Reading

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    “Airline Passengers with Disabilities Bill of Rights.” U.S. Department of Transportation, 26 July 2022,

    Center for Disease Control and Prevention. “Disability and Health Overview.” U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, 16 September 2020,

    Claiborne, Ron, and Wendy Brundige. ​”Study: Reading To Dogs Helps Children Learn To Read​.” ABC News, 2010,

    “Disability Inclusion.” The World Bank, 3 April 2023,

    “A Disability-Inclusive Response to COVID-19.” United Nations,

    Doston, John, ed. Merchant Culture in Fourteenth-Century Venice: The Zibaldone da Canal. Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 1994.

    Egusa, Christopher. “‘Not Worth The Resources’: How The Pandemic Revealed Existing Biases Against The Disability Community.” KALW, 7 September 2021,

    Emmanuel, Gabrielle. “When Does COVID-19 Become A Disability? ‘Long-Haulers’ Push For Answers And Benefits.” NPR, 22 February 2021,

    Fitchburg Historical Society. Legendary Locals of Fitchburg, Massachusetts. Arcadia Publishing, 2014.

    Hippert, Savannah. “Better Reading Through the Beauty of Listening.” ​Research Live, February 2020,

    “In Memoriam: Tammy Marcinuk.” USA Deaf Sports Federation, 12 October. 2018,

    “Introduction to the Americans with Disabilities Act.” U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division,

    Justinvil, Delande, and Chip Colwell. “Why Are Black People’s Remains in Museums?” Sapiens, 1 April 2021,

    Kelly, Erin. “When The Seven Dwarfs Of Auschwitz Met The Nazis’ Most Monstrous Doctor.” ​All That’s Interesting​, 27 June 2019,

    Kulkarni, Akshay. “Indigenous mother asks for more culturally competent support for children with disabilities.” Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, 25 September 2021,

    Ladau, Emily. Demystifying Disability: What to Know, What to Say, and How to Be an Ally. Ten Speed Press, 2021. E-book.

    Lai, Stephanie. “Transportation Dept. Opens Program to Make Public Transit Accessible.” The New York Times, 26 July 2022,

    McBride, Seth. “As Millions Flee, Disabled Ukrainians Forced to Fend for Themselves.” New Mobility, 11 March 2022,

    Murchison, Krista. “Guide Dogs in Medieval Art and Writing.” Dr. Krista A. Murchison,

    Nair, Aparna. “The Mütter and More: Why We Need to be Critical of Medical Museums as Spaces for Disability Histories.” Disability Visibility Project, 28 July 2023,

    “Nothing About Us Without Us.” Public Histories Museum,

    Orlemanski, Julie. “Leprosy.” Medieval Disability Glossary,

    Pulrang, Andrew. “How To Avoid ‘Inspiration Porn.’” ​Forbes​, 30 Nov. 2019,​.

    Pulrang, Andrew. “What Moves Some People With Disabilities To Be Disability Activists?” Forbes, 14 September 2021,

    Rossillo, Amanda. “Contemplating the Lives behind Ancient Bones.” Scientific American, 19 June 1019,

    “Service, emotional support, and therapy animals.” American Veterinary Medical Association,

    Shalhoup, Dean. “From Teen to Greeting-Card Millionaire.” The Nashua Telegraph, 19 Dec. 2015,

    Scheier, Rachel. “Disabled Activist Speaks Out Against Ableism During Pandemic.” truthout, 5 February 2022,

    TED. “I’m not your inspiration, thank you very much | Stella Young.” YouTube, , uploaded by TED, 9 June 2014,

    TEDxTalks. “Changing views on mental health in the Black community.” YouTube, uploaded by TEDxTalks, 2 November 2018,

    Tracy, Kisha. “Trauma and New England Museums.” State of Museums: Voices from the Field, edited by Rebekah Beaulieu, Dawn E Salerno, and Mark S. Gold, MuseumsEtc, 2018. pp. 43-64.

    Tracy, Kisha, and Alicia Protze. “Life of Mary of Oegines.” Medieval Disability Sourcebook: Western Europe, edited by Cameron Hunt McNabb, punctum, 2020, pp. 220-230.

    Vallas, Rebecca, et. al. “Economic Justice Is Disability Justice.” Century Foundation. 21 April 2022,

    Walbaum, Véronique. “Persons with Disabilities: Among the First Victims of National Disasters.” Agence Française de Développement, 3 December 2014,

    Watlington, Emily. “Nothing About Us Without Us: Disability Arts Now.” Art in America, 10 October 2022,

    Wisconsin Department of Health Services. “Mental Health So White.” Vimeo, 20 August 2021,

    World Economic Forum. “Closing the disability inclusion gap with business leadership.” World Economic Forum, 23 May 2022,

    Yarlagadda, Kavitha. “Climate Change is a Double Blow for People with Disabilities” Healthy Policy Watch, 16 August 2022,

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