Literary Equality Project is proudly supported by Adrenal Alternatives Foundation as an active part of the All Abilities Included campaign. Disability Book week is a nonprofit project and social movement to promote equality and accurate representation for the disabled in literature.
We invite you to Support Disability Book Week!
What is it?
A nationwide project to promote disability inclusion in literature and support disabled authors.
When is it?
The last week in April, annually.
How can your library get involved?
Ask your local library to celebrate Disability Book Week!
- Feature a display of books with disabled characters and/or books written by disabled authors.
- Host a book reading with a disabled author.
- Social media posts with disability books and/or books by disabled authors.
Where can I find disability books?
The website- Disabilitybookweek.org has a gallery of books featuring disabled characters and a directory of disabled authors.
How do I schedule author readings?
Many disabled authors are happy to schedule live book readings via zoom for public engagements nationwide. We can also connect libraries with authors in their area for in person readings of their books. For booking requests, send an email to: email@example.com
How can I support literary equality?
To join the movement, please upload a social media photo with the hashtags-#AllAbilitiesIncluded & #LiteraryEquality
Literary Equality Project is proudly supported by Adrenal Alternatives Foundation as an active part of the All Abilities Included campaign. Disability Book week is a nonprofit project to promote equality and accurate representation for the disabled in literature.
We appreciate all contributions which allow us to further our mission of disability advocacy and improving access and awareness to all cortisol care options.
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