#CripTheVote Twitter Chat Storytelling and Voting Tuesday, September 27, 2016 5 pm Eastern Guest host: Rooted in Rights Hosted by Andrew Pulrang, Gregg Beratan, and Alice Wong, #CripTheVote Twitter … Continue Reading 9/27 #CripTheVote chat: Storytelling and Voting
#CripTheVote Twitter Chat Political Participation & First-Time Voters Monday, September 19, 2016 7 pm EST Guest hosts: Rock the Vote and the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD) Hosted … Continue Reading 9/19 #CripTheVote chat: Political Participation and First-Time Voters
Disability Visibility Project™ Twitter Chat Assisted Suicide, Bioethics, and Disabled Lives Guest Host: Ing Wong-Ward, Co-Collaborator, Project Value Monday, September 12, 2016 4 pm Eastern (U.S.) The Disability Visibility Project … Continue Reading 9/12 Twitter Chat: Assisted Suicide, Bioethics, and Disabled Lives
The Problem Thousands of people with disabilities in California living under conservatorship may not realize they are disqualified from voting AND that their voting rights can be restored thanks to … Continue Reading #CripTheVote: Call to Action
#CripLit Twitter Chat Disabled Writers, Ableism & the Publishing Industry Co-hosts: Nicola Griffith @nicolaz & Alice Wong @DisVisibility Guest host: Denarii Monroe @writersdelite Monday, August 29, 2016 4 pm Pacific/ … Continue Reading 8/29 #CripLit chat: Disabled Writers, Ableism & the Publishing Industry
#DisabilityTooWhite Being Black Looking Good While Chronically Ill By Rachel Lovejoy Quit my job in Chicago, my hometown and moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota. I was a single, African American woman … Continue Reading Guest Blog Post: Being Black Looking Good While Chronically Ill
As someone who loves film, it’s dismaying to find such an uneven range of films about disabled people. There are the treacly, Oscar-bait films that follow every inspirational trope and … Continue Reading Celebrating Disability Culture: Interview with #Superfest2016 Judges
This is the second of a 2-part report looking at the lives and stories of disabled people of color by Vilissa Thompson and Alice Wong for Ramp Your Voice! and the … Continue Reading #GetWokeADA26: Disabled People of Color Speak Out, Part Two
The #CripTheVote campaign invites you to tell us why you #CripTheVote! The REV UP Campaign is coordinating a National Disability Voter Registration Week to increase the political power of people with … Continue Reading Natl Disability Voter Registration Week: Why do you #CripTheVote?
#KripHopDVP Twitter Chat Disabled Musicians in Hip-Hop, Rap, Jazz & Blues Thursday, July 28, 2016 5 pm Pacific/ 8 pm Eastern The Disability Visibility Project™ is proud to partner with … Continue Reading 7/28 #KripHopDVP chat: Disabled Musicians in Hip-Hop, Rap, Jazz & Blues
Last year was a milestone anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act when it turned 25. Just like that, another year has passed and it’s time for re-examination of disability rights … Continue Reading #GetWokeADA26: Call for Stories by Disabled People of Color
I’m personally thrilled to interview a good friend of mine, Sandy Ho. Please check out the Disability and Intersectionality Summit that she’s organizing in Boston later this year on November … Continue Reading Disability & Intersectionality Summit: Interview w/ Sandy Ho
On May 25, Gregg Beratan, Andrew Pulrang, and Alice Wong, the co-partners of #CripTheVote, gave a talk to youth with disabilities at the “My Future, My Vote” summit on voting … Continue Reading Voting, Disabled Youth, & #CripTheVote
Disability Advocacy and Twitter: Why Use it? This article is aimed at youth with disabilities who will be attending the My Future, My Vote Summit organized by Yo! Disabled and … Continue Reading Disability Advocacy and Twitter: Why Use it?
#CripTheVote Twitter Chat Disability Integration Act of 2015 and Long Term Services and Supports (LTSS) Guest Host: Stephanie Woodward, Center for Disability Rights Saturday, May 14, 2016 5:00-6:15 pm EST … Continue Reading 5/14 #CripTheVote chat on the Disability Integration Act
We’re delighted to have a local organization as our latest Media Partner: Ability Now Bay Area! From the About page of their website and Twitter account: Ability Now Bay Area creates … Continue Reading Media Partner 95: Ability Now Bay Area