Changing Perspectives on Gender, Sexuality, and Disability through Writing
Emily Brooks is a writer and educator who advocates for disability rights, LGBTQ rights, self-directed education, and racial justice. Emily lives in New York City, where she is an adjunct professor of Disability Studies, qualitative researcher, and alternative educator. Previously, Emily has spoken at conferences, on National Public Radio, and in front of the United Nations. She is an autistic activist.
Emily Brooks in conversation with Nicole Chung at Catapult:
“A Conversation About Disability Rights in Education,” Catapult, March 22, 2017.
Emily Brooks was one contributor to Spectrum News’ end-of-year autism arts representation roundup:
“The Best Depictions of Autism in the Arts,” Spectrum News, December 26, 2016.