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Disability Visibility in Election 2016: The #CripTheVote Campaign

Alice Wong, Co-Partner in #CripTheVote and Founder and Project Coordinator of the Disability Visibility Project™, created a video presentation for the opening panel of the Disability Rights Bar Association West Coast Conference, “Intersectionality … Continue Reading Disability Visibility in Election 2016: The #CripTheVote Campaign

Image of a young white woman with blonde hair combed to the right side of her face, the left side of her hair is shaved off. Behind her are photos and poster typical of any college dorm room or bedroom. Her eyes are squinting and her lips are pursed as her right hand is making a "rock on" pose with her middle and ring finger downward while the others are standing up. On the left hand she is holding a white index card that reads, #CripTheVote.

Ableism in Journalism: How the Coverage of Jerika Bolen’s Story Negatively Affects All Readers

Ableism in Journalism: How the Coverage of Jerika Bolen’s Story Negatively Affects All Readers Guest Blog post by Hannah Soyer This fall I’ll be a senior with at the University … Continue Reading Ableism in Journalism: How the Coverage of Jerika Bolen’s Story Negatively Affects All Readers