A big thank you to the Community Living Campaign of San Francisco, our 38th media partner! The Community Living Campaign strengthens and mobilizes individuals and organizations to assure every person’s … Continue Reading Media Partner #38: Community Living Campaign of San Francisco
Lucia Rios is a Community Access Specialist at Disability Network Lakeshore. The following is an excerpt of an article she wrote for the blog AbleBodies on June 25, 2014. The … Continue Reading Guest blog post: Makings of an Advocate by Lucia Rios
We LOVE Twitter here at the Disability Visibility Project. We recently came across this re-tweet by Sara Hendren that we co-sign a million times! “Movements begin with the telling … Continue Reading People We Love: Sara Hendren, Cambridge, MA
Andrew Pulrang is the writer and creator of Disability Thinking, a blog that’s about: “Thinking about disability … in news, politics and policy, advocacy, ideas and philosophy, personal stories, and … Continue Reading Media Partner #37: Andrew Pulrang of Disability Thinking
All StoryCorps recordings are 40 minutes and there are no rules on what people can talk about and there’s a huge range of topics and issues that are part of … Continue Reading Participant FAQ: What kinds of stories are you looking to record?
Even though our project is based in the US, we’re delighted to have our 36th media partner from Canada: Tarita’s Travel Connections! From her bio: Tarita Davenock was diagnosed with … Continue Reading Media Partner #36: Tarita’s Travel Connections
Big thanks to our 35th media partner, Verbology Digest/DDSO Employment Plus! Verbology Digest is an internet radio show written and produced by students of the DDSO-Employment Plus Audio Production Workshop. … Continue Reading Media Partner #35: Verbology Digest/DDSO Employment Plus
Because disability history is about the past, present and future, check out the photo posted above of people taking action. This photo captures the very real barriers that people with … Continue Reading Disability History: Access for Montreal, July 25, 2014
It’s our 34th media partner, Autism Women’s Network! The mission of the Autism Women’s Network is to provide effective supports to Autistic women and girls of all ages through a … Continue Reading Media Partner #34: Autism Women’s Network
Nick Dupree is a blogger and artist who happens to love bunnies (we love bunnies too at the DVP). From his website: I’m Nick, a 32 year-old disability rights and … Continue Reading Guest blog post: Hey Everyone, I Almost Died … Again by Nick Dupree
The project is thrilled to have longtime disability rights advocates Bill and Vicki Bruckner of Bruckner Consultants LLC as our 33rd media partner! Bruckner Consultants has offered disability training, consultation … Continue Reading Media Partner #33: Bruckner Consultants LLC
Cathy Kudlick, Director of the Longmore Institute on Disability at San Francisco State University blogged about the unique contributions by the Bay Area disability community in the fight for civil … Continue Reading Disabled People’s Forgotten Revolution: The 504 Occupation
Q: Can I participate if people don’t think I’m disabled or if I’m not ‘disabled enough’? Answer: The most important question is whether you identify as a person with a … Continue Reading Participant FAQ: Can I participate if people don’t think I’m disabled?
Access Northern California is our project’s 32nd media partner—welcome! Access Northern California is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization working to increase opportunities and improve access to travel and outdoor recreation for … Continue Reading Media Partner #32: Access Northern California
Because disability history IS culture, we’re especially excited to have Disability Fieldnotes as our 31st media partner! Founded by anthropologist Liz Lewis, Disability Fieldnotes: Notes on the Anthropology of Disability … Continue Reading Media Partner #31: Disability Fieldnotes
We aim to encourage a diversity of representation in the Disability Visibility Project’s stories and participants. However, we are mindful of our limitations: The project cannot reach all towns and … Continue Reading Limitations of the Disability Visibility Project: Keeping It Real