||Introduction: Looking for lineage -- Disability as trauma, family lineage as repair -- Nazis, sorting, and segregation: delineating the freakish -- Genes and genocide: the junk science of ableism -- Disappearing in public: modeling magnificence -- Lineages of care: gender, race, class, and the hidden story of the caregiver -- Reimagining care: lineating mutual aid -- Sewing the ancestral cloth: weaving us together -- Appendix I. Claim your disability lineage -- Appendix II. Recipes for a revolution: reimagining care and community.
||"All Our Families: Finding Our Disability Lineages argues that disability is stigmatized because it is delineated-excised from our understanding of family, cut out from the story a family tells about itself, and proposes how finding and integrating disability in our family would transform our lived experiences of both family and disability"-- Provided by publisher.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|