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Education & Resources

Campaign Resources

Want to learn more about disability history, pride, or accessibility? Check out these multi-media resources for continued learning and engagement! Please note this is not an exhaustive list of resources, yet serves as a starting point to learn more about the goals of UW’s 504at50 campaign.

Learn Disability History

Photo of disability rights activists protesting in a street in New York City holding a large banner that reads 'injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere -MLK Jr.'

Explore the rich and resilient history of disability advocacy while deepening your understanding of the disability rights movement.


Celebrate Disability Pride & Culture

Photo of the UW Disability and Deaf Cultural Center door covered with colorful posters such as 'affirming all bodies, minds, identities' 'disabled is not a dirty word' 'you are standing on Coast Salish Land'

Discover how disability is an integral facet of diversity, enhancing our campus culture and society for all.


Engage in Disability Advocacy & Innovation

Photo of students in the DO-IT summer program learning to film production in front of Mary Gates Hall

Further the spirit of Section 504 through advancing accessibility and participating in disability advocacy. 


Resources and Networking Opportunities

Want to get involved in disability advocacy on campus or in Washington State? Or want to learn from local disability experts? Check out these incredible organizations to partner or collaborate with!