I am gradually developing a list of various resources that I think might be of interest to those who visit my site. In several cases, if there is someone who has already curated a suitable group of resources, I will openly credit and share theirs rather than “recreating” it. In other instances, I will share my own individually and/or collaboratively created resource items.

For educational, person, charitable and/or related purposes, you are welcome to utilize and/or share the materials I have provided, no permission needed. Please give the proper attribution when doing so; don’t be a jerk and deceitfully pass it off as your own. And absolutely do not use the intellectual and/or creative property of others – myself included – for your own financial gain – unless you have permission. 

General Resources for Access & Inclusion




People of Color and Disability


  • Power, Not Pity is a podcast that “explores the lives of disabled people of color everywhere. Through storytelling, commentary and analysis, the podcast aims to amplify the lived experiences and perspectives of disabled people” 
  • “Financial Inequality: Disability, Race, & Poverty in America” is a 2019 publication (view/download free online) from the National Disability Institute containing a comprehensive review about “the impact of race and disability on financial security”
  • CDC Infographic: Adults with Disabilities and Race is a short informational resource that provides statistics about incidence of disability in various racial groups
  • The Disability Visibility Project, founded and led by Alice Wong, contains several links related to disabled PoC
  • The Lead On Network provides several inclusive disability resources as well as other related information and services
  • Disability Social History‘s website contains several intersectional disability resources, including race-specific ones
  • Reclamation Press publishes books and other materials from diverse authors (i.e. race, class, etc.) with disabilities
  • More resources are forthcoming.


People of Color and Mental Health

(These ^ resources are also provided on a separate resource page.)


HIV Stigma



Autism (and a little bit of Neurodiversity)



Additional topics as well as additional resources for the existing topics are forthcoming; this is a “living” list that I plan to update as I can.