There are so many awesome bloggers who write about disability. The Disability Visibility Project is fortunate to have several as our media partners. One of them is Meriah Nichols, creator … Continue Reading Guest blog post: ‘Coming to terms with disability’ by Meriah Nichols
All hail s.e. smith, the project’s 17th media partner! s.e. smith is a writer, agitator, and commentator based in Northern California, with a journalistic focus on social issues, particularly gender, prison … Continue Reading Media Partner #17: s.e. smith
Learn more about our 16th media partner: Special Hope Foundation! A Special Hope is a private foundation that provides grants to organizations that address the specific health care challenges experienced by … Continue Reading Media Partner #16: Special Hope Foundation
Singer, J. (July 9, 2014). “StoryCorps: Sharing Vignettes of American Life and Living with a Disability.” http://blogs.sfweekly.com/exhibitionist/2014/07/storycorps_sharing_vignettes_o.php
Yo, yo, yo! NMD United is our 15th media partner! NMD United was born from the idea that adults with neuromuscular disabilities needed a way to connect, share knowledge, support … Continue Reading Media Partner #15: NMD United
Please welcome our 14th media partner, A New Leaf! Located in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, A New Leaf’s Mission is to provide individuals with disabilities life skills and marketable job training … Continue Reading Media Partner #14: A New Leaf
Autistic Self Advocacy Network is our 13th media partner, huzzah! The Autistic Self Advocacy Network is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization run by and for Autistic people. ASAN was created to … Continue Reading Media Partner #13: Autistic Self Advocacy Network
Pulrang, A. (July 7, 2014). “Disability Visibility Project.” http://disabilitythinking.blogspot.com/2014/07/disability-visibility-project.html
The Disability Visibility Project is a year-long grassroots effort encouraging people with disabilities to record their stories about the disability experience and the impact of the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) … Continue Reading FAQ: How would you describe the Disability Visibility Project in a nutshell?
It’s ok to laugh at our 12th media partner Nina G….she’s a comedian! Nina G is America’s favorite female stuttering stand up comedian (granted she is the only one). She … Continue Reading Media Partner #12: Nina G, Oakland, CA
Disability Fieldnotes. (July 7, 2014). Disability Visibility Project- Interview with Alice Wong. (Re-post). http://disabilityfieldnotes.com/2014/07/07/disability-visibility-project-interview-with-alice-wong/
Welcome VR Horizons, the project’s 11th media partner! The goal of VR Horizons is to provide a community of practice, led by Vocational Rehabilitation professionals, for the VR field to … Continue Reading Media Partner #11: VR Horizons
This press release has been updated. Please go here for the most current information about the Disability Visibility Project: http://disabilityvisibilityproject.com/2014/07/25/press-release-disability-visibility-project-to-record-stories-for-the-25th-anniversary-of-the-americans-with-disabilities-act/
Check out our 10th media partner, Tari Hartman Squire, CEO of EIN SOF Communications, Inc. EIN SOF Communications, Inc., a leading disability strategic marketing, accessible events and employment strategies woman-owned … Continue Reading Media Partner #10: Tari Hartman Squire, EIN SOF Communications
FAQ: How do I participate if I communicate using sign language, a non-verbal method or a communication device?
The Disability Visibility Project received many questions from the Deaf, Hard of Hearing, Deaf-Blind community and from people who use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (ACC) methods/devices Please contact StoryCorps for … Continue Reading FAQ: How do I participate if I communicate using sign language, a non-verbal method or a communication device?
This project is asking for volunteer certified American Sign Language interpreters in the San Francisco Bay Area, Atlanta and Chicago who will interpret for someone who wants to participate in … Continue Reading Call for Volunteers: ASL Interpreters in San Francisco, Atlanta and Chicago