July celebrates Disability Pride Month, a month dedicated to promote disability awareness and recognize the adversity that the community experiences and navigates in today's modern day society.  July 26th is the anniversary of the passing of The Americans with Disabilities Act or prominently known as National Disability Independence Day (1990).  “Just because a man lacks the use of his eyes doesn’t mean he lacks vision.” – Stevie Wonder

Discover some of the chosen titles specifically selected by Fatoma Rad, MS LIS, MA HEA, Acquisitions Librarian at Farmingdale State College's Greenley Library.  In an unending pursuit of sustaining and establishing a safe and equitable culture, we encourage you to explore the outlined list of literary works below.  We hope you take advantage of this month's selection, all feedback is welcome.