Center for Women Policy Studies
2011 online series of new Barbara Waxman Fiduccia Papers On Women and Girls With Disabilities
In 2011, the Center launched an online series of new Barbara Waxman Fiduccia Papers On Women and Girls with Disabilities. The 2011 Barbara Waxman Fiduccia Papers will present the self-defined perspectives of women with disabilities – both in the USA and globally – on such topics as: access to health care, reproductive rights and health, violence against women and girls, women and AIDS, educational equity, family life and parenting, employment and economic development, balancing work and family, participation in Government at every level – from local to national to international.February 2011
Bringing Together Feminist Disability Studies and Environmental JusticeAuthor: Valerie Ann Johnson
The Rights of Women With Disabilities in Africa: Does the Protocol on the Rights of Women in Africa Offer Any Hope?Author: Serges Alain Djoyou Kamga
What’s A Leg Got To Do With It?: Black, Female and Disabled in AmericaAuthor: Donna R. Walton, Ed.D.