A blog post by Meriah Nichols post published October 16, 2014: “The Power of Narrative: StoryCorps & The Disability Visibility Project.” The stories of minority groups are often told by others, others who … Continue Reading Guest blog post: “The Power of Narrative: StoryCorps & The Disability Visibility Project” by Meriah Nichols
Leroy Moore writes about race & disability issues for Poor Magazine and is the author of an upcoming history of Krip-Hop Nation. The following is an excerpt of a post … Continue Reading Guest blog post: Black Families’ Love Ones with Developmental Disabilities On Stage & In Film by Leroy Moore
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
Welcome Hammer Residences Inc., the project’s 25th media partner! Located in Wayzata, Minnesota, Hammer Residences Inc. is a nonprofit organization with a 90-year history of providing innovative services for people … Continue Reading Media Partner #25: Hammer Residences Inc.
We have a double header this time: our 22nd and 23rd media partners are ReelAbilities and Creative Growth Art Center! ReelAbilities Festival presents award winning films, music, dance, theater, discussions and … Continue Reading Media Partners #22 and #23: ReelAbilities Festival and Creative Growth Art Center
Woot, woot, it’s Meriah Nichols, the 20th media partner for the Disability Visibility Project! Meriah blogs about Deaf culture, Down Syndrome, travel and disability. Her blog, A Little Moxie, covers … Continue Reading Media Partner #20: Meriah Nichols
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
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