With a focus on promoting the study of disabilities throughout history, The Disability History Association (DHA) helps users learn more about perspectives on disability, related social and civil rights movements, policy and practice history, and a host of other associated topics. As an international concern, DHA membership is open to individual scholars as well as institutions and organizations from all over the globe, meaning the wealth of resources and materials collected and shared on the site come from a rich variety of places and people. Of particular interest to users will be the site's disability history podcasts that cover recent work from within and beyond academia. For example, an August 2019 episode focuses on disability, spirituality and alternative medicine. The episode features Dr. Michael Davis of Hampton University discussing his research on the Wright Brothers and Edgar Cayce. Users can access DHA's Zotero Library from the Resources tab. Updated regularly, the Zotero Library features information about books, article, and dissertation titles on disability history and related projects and is being updated regularly.