This is the last of our guest blog posts about the 24th anniversary of the ADA. Blane Beckwith has a blog called Crippled Politics: “A Place for Political Discussion | … Continue Reading Guest blog post: Mixed Feelings: 24th Anniversary of The Americans With Disabilities Act by Blane Beckwith
I first met Susan Miller at a talk for medical students on healthcare for people with disabilities at UC San Francisco moderated by her son, BJ Miller. Many moons ago, … Continue Reading Our First Donation!! Thank you Susan and Bruce Miller, St. Louis, MO
Ingrid Tischer and Ken Stein are both active members of the San Francisco Bay Area disability community. They’re also married to one another! On July 24, 2014, Ingrid and Ken … Continue Reading Disability Visibility Project: Ingrid Tischer and Ken Stein, Berkeley, CA
This is a GREAT quote from Alana Theriault about changes in the independent living philosophy: The latest incarnation of Independent Living includes increased case management. Don’t ask me how many … Continue Reading People We Love: Alana Theriault, Berkeley, CA
Please welcome Sarah Levis, our 29th media partner! A writer, advocate, activist and educator, Sarah draws on 20 years of combined volunteer and work experience with people with disabilities to … Continue Reading Media Partner #29: Sarah Levis, Haliburton, Ontario
Anita Cameron is an activist and a member of ADAPT. She describes herself this way: “I’m a disability rights activist, CERT instructor/Program Manager, writer and cat lover who has been … Continue Reading Guest blog post: Anita Cameron, ADAPT History Project
Our project’s 28th media partner is Kamilah Martin-Proctor, founder and Executive Director of the Martin Multiple Sclerosis Alliance Foundation (MMSAF). She was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis when she was sixteen. … Continue Reading Media Partner #28: Kamilah Martin-Proctor
Our 27th media partner also believes in the power of storytelling: Cheryl Green and StoryMinders. Cheryl Green is a writer, director, filmmaker and founder of StoryMinders. StoryMinders work revolves around education … Continue Reading Media Partner #27: Cheryl Green and StoryMinders
Wow. The Disability Visibility Project is continually astounded by the generosity and enthusiasm by the disability community. As our first media partner, Patrick Cokley of Lead On Update created some … Continue Reading New images for DVP: San Francisco, Atlanta and Chicago!
Our 26th media partner is Caitlin Wood and Criptiques! Edited by Caitlin Wood, Criptiques is a groundbreaking collection of essays by disabled authors examining the often overlooked, provocative sides of … Continue Reading Media Partner #26: Caitlin Wood and Criptiques
On the 24th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Emily Ladau and Maddy Ruvolo launched Disabled Girls Talk podcast & tumblr. Here are some excerpts from their inaugural podcast, … Continue Reading Disabled Girls Talk podcast: Generation ADA
Welcome Hammer Residences Inc., the project’s 25th media partner! Located in Wayzata, Minnesota, Hammer Residences Inc. is a nonprofit organization with a 90-year history of providing innovative services for people … Continue Reading Media Partner #25: Hammer Residences Inc.
On the 24th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, Emily Ladau and Maddy Ruvolo launched Disabled Girls Talk podcast & tumblr. Kicking things off, they started a twitter conversation … Continue Reading Disabled Girls Talk: #BecauseOfTheADA tweets
We are excited to have 2 new images for the Disability Visibility Project! Please feel free to post them anywhere! The first image is in black-and-white if you would like to … Continue Reading Disability Visibility Project: 2 New Images for Outreach
The following is an excerpt of a blog posted on 7/26/14: Just Not Feeling It: Happy 24th, ADA! Anita Cameron I’ve been in a Grumpy Cat state of mind, of … Continue Reading Guest blog post: Just Not Feeling It: Happy 24th, ADA! by Anita Cameron
The Americans with Disabilities Act has been called the emancipation proclamation for people with disabilities, the greatest civil rights law for the disability community, and many other wonderful things. When … Continue Reading Guest blog post: The ADA Is Not Enough by Stephanie Woodward