Travis Davis talks about growing up with a disability and addresses how social progress can be made in the classroom if students were not afraid to ask questions.
Shows several barriers between disabled people and the rest of society along with why they should be torn down.
This video shows how important social inclusion is for disabled children is, and explains how social exclusion leads to unequal opportunities.
This article explores the social exclusion of disabled kids in order to say how they should be included in society.
Tells ways in which disabled kids are excluded from opportunities in the public school system. This is a social injustice because children are being denied opportunities at the start of their education.
George Lane sued the State of Tennessee in the case of Tennessee v. Lane in 2004 due to state court rooms not being accessible to disabled people. This demonstrates a social injustice because inaccessible government facilities makes it harder for disabled people to testify in court. George Lane is a disabled man who sued the state of Tennessee after being arrested due to not being able to get to a hearing due to the inaccessible second floor court room. He sued on the grounds of the Americans with Disability's Act (ADA) while the state of Tennessee defended using the Eleventh Amendment as it prohibits suits against states in federal court. This case was eventually brought to the Supreme Court where they ruled in favor of Lane.