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Based at the University of Pittsburgh-Bradford, we collect and publish exemplary student writing. All work featured here is written by Pitt-Bradford students in their first-year composition courses.
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No Right to be Idle by Sarah Rose examines the history of disability rights in the United States. Specifically, the book explores how 19th century social transformations increasingly marginalized people with disabilities through labor practices and the legal system, particularly within minority groups. The book's focus on understanding how ableism has operated historically is essential reading for creating equitable spaces for people with disabilities in the 21st century.