The Beauty and Care of Disabled Friendships A. H. Reaume “I can’t do language right now,” I told Cathleen as we edged along in stop and go traffic. Getting … Continue Reading The Beauty and Care of Disabled Friendships
Lost. And Found? Ann Millett-Gallant For much of 2007, my existence may best be characterized as lost. I had lost weight, hair, part of my skull, much muscular movement and … Continue Reading Guest Blog Post By Ann Millett-Gallant: Lost. And Found?
There are so many nerdy crips out there. A friend of the Disability Visibility Project and fellow diehard sci-fi/Game of Thrones/comic book fan, Jihan Abbas wrote a guest blog post onMarvel’s Agents of … Continue Reading Guest blog post: Agents of SHIELD, Change, and the Representation of Disability
Remembering Lucy Gwin Steven E. Brown, Institute on Disability Culture Lucy Gwin passed into whatever comes next on Oct. 30, 2014. Her impact on the disability rights movement is monumental. Social media … Continue Reading “Remembering Lucy Gwin” by Steven E. Brown
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
Cheryl Green is a media partner of the Disability Visibility Project. She’s also a writer, director, filmmaker and founder of StoryMinders. StoryMinders provides education and advocacy through film by and … Continue Reading Guest blog post: Invisibility and Disability