Below is an open letter from a number of disabled people in the US impacted by a recall of 13 ventilators, CPAPs and BiPaps manufactured by Philips Respironics including signatures … Continue Reading Letter from Disabled Ventilator Users on Philips Respironics Recall
I am delighted to share that I will be coming out with a new book next year, Year of the Tiger, published by Vintage Books. The title refers to the … Continue Reading Year of the Tiger: New book in 2022!
Below is a joint letter written and organized by the Disability Justice League-Bay Area submitted as public comment to the Community Vaccine Advisory Committee, California Department of Public Health, on … Continue Reading Joint Letter to Community Vaccine Advisory Committee, CA Department of Health
Join us on January 28, 1 pm Pacific for a conversation with Claudia Alick, cultural producer, performer, and inclusion expert, and adrienne maree brown, author of Pleasure Activism: The Politics of … Continue Reading 1/28 Disability+Pleasure Activism event
The 100th episode of the Disability Visibility podcast will be published on April 4, 2021, can you believe?!? This episode will feature a conversation with the three co-audio producers of … Continue Reading Celebrate the 100th episode of the Disability Visibility podcast with us!
Hello comrades! I looked at my 2019 year in review and it felt like those events occurred eons ago. 2020 has been ROUGH for people all over the world. We … Continue Reading DVP 2020: Year in Review
To Lori Starr, Executive Director of the Contemporary Jewish Museum, We are writing to express our dismay to learn of the blow you’ve dealt to Bay Area disability arts and … Continue Reading An Open Letter to the Contemporary Jewish Museum
Hey friends! I made a thing and now it’s out in the world today. My anthology, Disability Visibility: First Person Stories from the 21st Century (Vintage Books, June 30, 2020), … Continue Reading Available now! Disability Visibility anthology
The coronavirus pandemic has changed everyone’s lives. It is a privilege to have a book published and yet the pressure to promote can be incredibly difficult and inaccessible for … Continue Reading Disability Visibility Book Circle 2020
On June 30, 2020 I have a book coming out, Disability Visibility: First-Person Stories from the Twenty-First Century from Vintage Books. It’s an anthology I edited featuring work by … Continue Reading 7/25 Disability Visibility Online Book Event
On January 14, 2020, the Disability Visibility Project called for submissions by disabled BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, People of Color) writers for #ADA30InColor: a series of original essays on the … Continue Reading 7/26 #ADA30InColor Online Event
Stacey Park Milbern (1987-2020) recorded her oral history twice for the Disability Visibility Project, a community partnership with StoryCorps. As communities celebrate Stacey’s life and work, I invite you to … Continue Reading #StaceyTaughtUs: Record your story for the Disability Visibility Project
Deadline: May 1, 2020 The coronavirus pandemic has changed everyone’s lives. It is a privilege to have a book published and yet the pressure to promote can be incredibly … Continue Reading Disability Visibility Book Circle: Call for Submissions
Let’s talk about the power of disability activism, culture, and community! The Disability Visibility Project invites you to a Twitter chat about the documentary film Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution … Continue Reading 4/1 #CripCampNetflix Twitter Chat
Update: Survey extended until March 31, 2020! The Mission Viejo Library wants to know how they can better serve people with disabilities in the community. The library will be spending … Continue Reading Mission Viejo Library Access and Inclusion Survey
Deadline for submissions: March 6, 2020 #CommunityAsHome is a collaboration by two disabled artists of color, Ashanti Fortson and Alice Wong, featuring 15 digital portraits and stories representing the diversity … Continue Reading Community as Home: Call for Stories