#DOnetwork Twitter Chat Voting Rights and Accessibility Thursday, November 1, 2018 3-4 PM Pacific In partnership with the Disability Organizing (DO) Network, the Disability Visibility Project® will host a Twitter … Continue Reading 11/1 #DONetwork Twitter Chat on Voting Rights and Accessibility
The Disability Visibility Project will be co-hosting a Twitter chat with disabled activist, development professional of 25+ years, and A Crip in Philanthropy blogger Ingrid Tischer on Friday, October 12, … Continue Reading 10/12 #FundDisAdvocacy Chat: Disability Advocacy & Philanthropy
California Governor Forum on LTSS (Long Term Services and Supports) Thursday, September 13, 2018 3-4 PM Pacific In partnership with the Disability Organizing Network, the Disability Visibility Project® will … Continue Reading 9/13 #DOnetwork Twitter Chat: Forum on LTSS
Hello friends! On the 28th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, I am excited to share with you the first-ever publication by the Disability Visibility Project, Resistance and Hope: … Continue Reading New from the DVP: Resistance and Hope
Brand New! Believe Disabled People. Period. July 26, 2018 is the 28th anniversary of the ADA! To mark this occasion, the DVP has new merch for sale. This campaign came … Continue Reading New apparel for sale! Happy 28th Anniversary of the ADA!
In partnership with the Disability Organizing Network, the Disability Visibility Project® will be organizing and hosting a series of Twitter chats for Californians with disabilities about civic participation, community … Continue Reading 8/15 DO Network Twitter Chat: California Disability Issues and Organizing Strategies
You are invited to the 12th #CripLit chat co-hosted by novelist Nicola Griffith and Alice Wong of the Disability Visibility Project®. For this Twitter chat we are delighted to … Continue Reading 6/10 #CripLit Twitter Chat: New Non-Fiction
UPDATE: We gave the tickets away on 6/2 and they are no longer available. Thank you for your interest!! Affect Conf is an annual conference founded and organized by … Continue Reading Affect Conf: Ticket giveaway for the DVP community
Hey ya’ll!! CNN’s United Shades of America will have an episode featuring the Deaf and disabled people on May 20, 2018, 10 pm Eastern/ 7 pm Pacific. If you … Continue Reading 5/20 #UnitedShades of America Live Tweet!
You are invited to the eleventh #CripLit chat co-hosted by novelist Nicola Griffith and Alice Wong of the Disability Visibility Project®. For this Twitter chat we are delighted to … Continue Reading 5/19 #CripLit Twitter Chat: New Fiction
#DisabledMamas Twitter Chat Wednesday, May 9, 2018 4 pm Pacific / 7 pm Eastern In partnership, Rooted in Rights and the Disability Visibility Project® invites you to participate in a … Continue Reading 5/9 #DisabledMamas Twitter Chat
The California Association for Postsecondary Education and Disability (CAPED) is excited to partner with the Disability Visibility Project® with this call for stories for the CAPED community. The CAPED storytelling … Continue Reading Call for Stories: California Association for Postsecondary Education and Disability
Drunk History is a show where comedians get drunk and recall moments in history on Comedy Central. On February 20, 2018, 10 pm (check your local listings) their episode, “Civil … Continue Reading 2/20 #Drunk504 Live-Tweet: Drunk History on Civil Rights and 504 sit
#MeToo and the Disability Community Twitter Chat Wednesday, February 21, 2018 4 pm Pacific / 7 pm Eastern In partnership, Rooted in Rights and the Disability Visibility Project® invite you … Continue Reading 2/21 Twitter Chat: #MeToo and the Disability Community
#FilmDis Twitter Chat Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Saturday, February 17, 2018 6 pm Pacific / 9 pm Eastern Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is a romantic musical comedy/drama on the CW network currently in its … Continue Reading 2/17 #FilmDis Twitter Chat on Crazy Ex Girlfriend
Share your SF Bay Area Women’s March stories on January 20th! Are you a disabled person attending the Women’s March in Oakland or SF? Are you a disabled person who … Continue Reading Call for SF Bay Area Women’s March Disability Stories