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1. Ableism: Ableism is the intentional or unintentional discrimination or oppression of individuals with disabilities

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2. Ableism: [noun] discrimination or prejudice against individuals with disabilities.

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3. Ableism is the discrimination of and social prejudice against people with disabilities based on the belief that typical abilities are superior

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4. At its heart, Ableism is rooted in the assumption that disabled people require ‘fixing’ and defines people by their disability

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5. Like racism and sexism, Ableism classifies entire groups of people as

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6. Ableism is a form of discrimination favoring able-bodied people over people with either a physical or mental disability who are treated as lesser citizens, have their needs overlooked, and have

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7. Ableism is discrimination in favour of people who do not have a disability

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8. Ableism can take many forms like assumptions, stereotypes, attitudes or practices

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9. And yet, more than 30 years after the Americans with Disability Act (ADA), people with disabilities still face discrimination, prejudice, Ableism, and omission

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10. “We’ve come so far in acknowledging that racism, homophobia, Ableism, classism, transphobia, anti-intermarriage sentiment, etc, have kept people from coming through the doors of our institutions,” Smith wrote in a thread on Twitter, “and to see people frame this in terms of a ‘free speech’ conversation felt like a gut punch.”

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11. The fundamental philosophy of Your Privilege Is Showing® is that systems of oppression (sexism, racism, privilege, Ableism, classism, among others) are both personal and universal

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12. Help tell the real-life, true experiences of being disabled in development so that our invisible knowledge can help make glorious, Ableism-ending change in philanthropy

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13. But Ableism can also be indirect, even unintentional, in the form of linguistic micro-aggressions

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14. Types of Ableism: Outright Discrimination • The other forms of Ableism discussed thus far are mostly invisible and often well intentioned

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15. Ableism – The practices and dominant attitudes in society that devalue and limit the potential of persons with disabilities

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16. Ableism starts with the attitude that people with disabilities are less than

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17. Ableism: discrimination and oppression of disabled people; societal belief that being abled is “normal” and is preferred

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18. Ableism: A system of oppression that favors being ablebodied/ableminded at any cost, frequently at the expense of people with disabilities

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19. (via Stacey Milbern “Ableism is the Bane of My Motherfuckin’ Existence”)

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20. Students will understand what Ableism is and will be able to identify and categorize specific examples of Ableism

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21. Students will learn about the different ways in which Ableism takes place: on interpersonal, institutional and internalized levels.

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22. Introduction Ableism is prejudice or discrimination against people with disabilities and can be intentional or unintentional

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23. Ableism is ultimately founded in the belief that people with typical abilities are superior, and in turn, those with disabilities are inferior

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24. So Ableism seems pretty straightforward right? Well not exactly, it's actually pretty complex

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25. Ableism is a set of beliefs or practices that devalue and discriminate against people with physical, intellectual, or psychiatric disabilities and often rests on the assumption that disabled people need to be ‘fixed’ in one form or the other.

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26. Ableism characterizes persons as defined by their disabilities and as inferior to the non-disabled

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27. Ableism, type of discrimination in which able-bodied individuals are viewed as normal and superior to those with a disability, resulting in prejudice toward the latter

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28. The modern concept of Ableism emerged in the 1960s and ’70s, when disability activists placed disability in a political context.

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29. Ableism is “the oppression you’ve never heard of.” While most people can agree that racism, sexism, and homophobia/heterosexism are legitimate social concerns, many people don’t even know that Ableism exists

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30. Ableism (discrimination against disabled people) is unfortunately so prevalent in society that it has pervaded everyday language

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31. Racism and Ableism are often thought of as parallel systems of oppression that work separately to perpetuate social hierarchy

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32. Ableism is the belief that people with disabilities have less worth than people without disabilities

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33. Ableism: discrimination and oppression of disabled people; societal belief that being abled is “normal” and is preferred

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34. Ableism: A system of oppression that favors being ablebodied/ableminded at any cost, frequently at the expense of people with disabilities

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35. (via Stacey Milbern “Ableism is the Bane of My Motherfuckin’ Existence”)

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36. Systemic Ableism: similar to systemic racism, this form is a result of centuries of prejudice, misunderstanding, and active discrimination against disabled people

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37. Most forms of Ableism fall under this category as this encompasses all unconscious and oppressive action, lack of action, language, and thought.

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38. Ableism is an issue that disabled people face everyday

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39. Ableism is a broad concept, covering a range of discriminatory actions and attitudes which favor persons without disabilities

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40. Refusing to serve customers with disabilities and taunting people are examples of explicit (or overt) Ableism in which perpetrators know exactly what they are doing.

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41. Workplace Ableism is hostile to employees with disabilities Imagine, if you will, a woman in her 30s with a masters degree who works for a healthcare research non-profit

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42. Ableism, which is bias or discrimination against people with disabilities, can take many forms, including: employment, housing and other institutional discrimination; lack of accessibility on streets, buildings and public transportation; stereotyping and ableist language, lack of media portrayals or stereotyped depictions of people with

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43. Ableism is the discrimination or prejudice against people who have disabilities

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44. Ableism can take the form of ideas and assumptions, stereotypes, attitudes and practices, physical barriers in the environment, or larger scale oppression

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45. Ableism is a form of discrimination or prejudice against individuals with physical, mental, or developmental disabilities that is characterized by the belief that these individuals need to be fixed or cannot function as full members of society (Castañeda & Peters, 2000).

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46. James Cherney argues that “Ableism is that most insidious form of rhetoric that has become reified and so widely accepted as common sense that it denies its own rhetoricity — it ‘goes without saying.’” 9 Within this milieu of “common sense” Ableism, people with disabilities are routinely made vulnerable in medical settings.

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47. Ableism definition, discrimination against disabled people: laws to prevent Ableism, racism, and sexism in the workplace

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48. People can be ableist ( prejudiced towards disabled people) unintentionally because Ableism is so common that people may not notice that it exists

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49. Some people say that Ableism is a form of oppression.

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50. Ableism is defined as a type of conscious or unconscious discrimination against people with disabilities

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51. Ableism is certainly not a new concept, yet only …

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ABLEISM [ˈābəˌlizəm]

NOUN
ableism (noun) · ablism (noun)

Synonyms: Prejudice . Bias . Bigotry . Intolerance . Narrow-mindedness . Unfairness . Inequity . Favoritism . One-sidedness . Partisanship . Sexism . Chauvinism . Racism . Racialism . Anti-Semitism . Heterosexism . Ageism . Classism . Apartheid . Impartiality .

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What are real life examples of ableism?

Other common examples of ableism

  • Not providing alternative text, an image description, or voice captions when posting on social media.
  • Asking someone, "What happened?" or, "Are you actually disabled?" All invasive questions should be avoided, especially when meeting someone for the first time.
  • Choosing an inaccessible venue to hold an event or meeting.
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    What are some examples of Ableism in the workplace?

    Here are some examples of what ableism can look like in the workplace:

  • Believing you know how a co-worker's disability affects them without asking. ...
  • Assuming your co-worker is faking their disability. ...
  • Pretending disability doesn't exist. ...
  • Comparing your co-worker's disability with your temporary injury or illness. ...
  • Speaking for your disabled co-worker. ...
  • Not making it safe to speak about disability. ...
  • What is ableism in disability?

    Ableism is a term used to signify discrimination against those with disabilities. The other names used synonymously include physicalism, disability discrimination or handicapism. Ableism indicates a negative attitude and prejudice towards people having physical or mental disabilities.

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