Author: Eleanor J. Bader

Standing Up for Immigrant Families, One Case at a Time

I was horrified by what I saw and, in the middle of the hearing, I jumped into the center aisle, raised my hand, and asked the judge if she would grant a continuance so that I could find an attorney for this child.

Disability Rights Activist Emily Ladau on How to Make Feminism Include Everyone

[S]ome of the professors held events in their homes and I was never able to go. I felt as though I was always throwing a wrench into their erudite plans. I was not mistreated, but they were simply unprepared for a physically disabled student. It was a complete lack of recognition that dealing with disabilities involves complex and nuanced solutions.

Nancy Romer’s 50 Years of Activism

For the past 50-plus years, Nancy Romer has participated in, and often led, some of the most important social justice movements in the US: opposing war and militarism; fighting the increasing privatization of public education; and challenging racism, sexism, and homophobia.