Interview with Paul David Power Tell me a little about yourself and what drew you to the theatre and arts. I was born with a disability that requires the … Continue Reading Is Disability ‘Culturally Unique’? Interview with Paul David Power
Hey ya’ll!! CNN’s United Shades of America will have an episode featuring the Deaf and disabled people on May 20, 2018, 10 pm Eastern/ 7 pm Pacific. If you … Continue Reading 5/20 #UnitedShades of America Live Tweet!
Asian Pacific Americans with Disabilities: Our Stories, Our Lives Below is a summary of an informal survey conducted by the Disability Visibility Project. Alice Wong presented the results of this … Continue Reading Asian Pacific Americans with Disabilities: Our Stories, Our Lives
The following is re-published with permission by the author and TASH.org. Growing up Asian American with a Disability By Grace Tsao TASH Connections 2009, Volume 35, Number 2, 25-27. Disability … Continue Reading Guest blog post: Growing up Asian American with a Disability by Grace Tsao
Alice Wong interviewed Tony Wong (no relation) at StoryCorps San Francisco on July 2, 2015. Below are edited and condensed excerpts from their conversation for the Disability Visibility Project. On … Continue Reading DVP Interview: Alice Wong and Tony Wong
The Disability Visibility Project is thrilled to have the Bay Area Arts Access Collective (BAAAVC) as our latest media partner!! From their About page: The Bay Area Arts Access Collective … Continue Reading Media Partner #87: Bay Area Arts Access Collective
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