Explore Disability History Month at CityLibrary with a wide range of resources ready to borrow. Level 5 of Northampton Square Library has a book display that has everything from graphic novels, essay collections, poetry, and autobiographies.
The Ebook Central Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Collection has more books relating to disability but also to other areas of inclusivity. We’re trying to widen the range of voices and authors we have in CityLibrary, staff and student can recommend titles we don’t have via the Liberating CityLibrary book scheme.
On Overdrive and Libby, we have two collections looking at Autism and Disability and Neurodiversity. These collections change from time to time, so keep an eye on them throughout the year for any new additions! On Kanopy, you can watch Zoom in: microaggressions and disability and Deaf Jam, amongst many more interesting documentaries and films.
City University is running a wide range of events for Disability History Month with new events being added throughout November. The City Student Union has an article on Hidden Disabilities and two new societies are being set up for students that are focusing on Disability and Neurodiversity.