In Disability Pride, Dispatches From a Post-ADA World, disabled journalist Ben Mattlin explores how disability attitudes, activism, and representation have evolved since the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Written without anger or pity, it’s a revealing account of an often misunderstood movement and identity, and an inclusive reexamination of society’s treatment of those it deems different. Akemi Nishida is the author of Just Care: Messy Entanglements of Disability, Dependency, and Desire, in which she examines state care programs as well as grassroots interdependent care collectives and bed activism. Nishida is also appearing for Alice Wong, author of Year of the Tiger: An Activist’s Life, a collection of original essays, published work, conversations, graphics, photos, and commissioned art by disabled and Asian American artists. These memoirs, filled with biting wit, joy, and rage, cover a broad range of issues, from Wong’s love of food and pop culture to her unwavering commitment to dismantling systemic ableism. Moderating is attorney and writer Heidi Johnson-Wright, whose practice often focuses on ADA compliance and advocacy.