Graphic with many apparently disabled people standing, sitting, and moving above the words, life in the margins: a book club for curious people.

Let’s Demystify Disability together!

Get your copy of Emily Ladau’s new book, Demystifying Disability: What to Know, What to Say, and How to be an Ally and join the conversation.

“An approachable guide to being a thoughtful, informed ally to disabled people, with actionable steps for what to say and do (and what not to do) and how you can help make the world a more accessible, inclusive place.”

Are you ready to take your cultural competence journey to the next level?

Are you a business leader who’s ready to increase access, inclusion, and belonging?

Host a book club for your team!

One billion. More than one billion people around the world are disabled. In fact, we’re the world’s largest minority. Statistically speaking, there’s a good chance this book is relevant to you.”

Emily Ladau

About your discussion leaders…

Mary Kate Brown, M.Ed. is a dynamic facilitator with a deep knowledge of disability culture and scholarship. She brings wisdom, compassion, and humor to discussions around topics that are too often silenced by discomfort or fear. It is Mary Kate’s belief that education and exposure to disability and difference are foundational in creating a structurally accessible and socially inclusive future.

Mary Hunt is a warm and bright facilitator with a lifetime of experience in the D/deaf and Hard of Hearing community whose diverse membership includes a wide variety of co-occurring disabilities. Mary brings her love of learning and literature together to explore these topics with grace and kindness. It is her belief that reading, reflection, and dialogue are powerful tools for building a better world.

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