‘None Should Be Diminished By Another’: The Southern Baptist Convention & the American With Disabilities Act

The Southern Baptist Convention has supported disabled rights since the late 1970s. As Michael A. Davis shows, however, the SBC’s support for the ADA came with limits to the kinds of accommodations they were willing to make. Continue Reading ‘None Should Be Diminished By Another’: The Southern Baptist Convention & the American With Disabilities Act

ADA Turns 30

In this Editorial, Jaipreet Virdi launches ADA TURNS 30—the first series for All of Us—by reflecting on the history of the Americans with Disabilities Act and examining its impact, legacy, and shortcomings. Continue Reading ADA Turns 30