In this concluding chapter, Murray and Carlson reconsider the meaning of the phrase “we are all disabled” in the context of the current moment of racial unrest and the COVID-19 pandemic, changes in disability terminology, and the exclusion of disabled voices. They argue that disability’s under-representation in both academic and non-academic arenas must be redressed, and they reflect upon what it means to “listen” to, witness, and respond to forms of disability oppression and injustice. By problematizing the claim “we are all disabled,” the chapters in this volume contribute to this task and underscore the importance of moving towards more complete and robust forms of disability justice.