Tell me a little about yourself! Bess Williamson: I am a professor of design history, meaning I study architecture, products, and other stuff in modern society. I work at the … Continue Reading Interview with Bess Williamson: Accessible America
Hey friends! These last few months have been BUSY. I’m delighted to announce that I got a book deal! I am the editor Disability Visibility, an anthology of first-person essays … Continue Reading Disability Visibility: New anthology coming summer 2020
Below is an interview with Katherine Beattie, a writer for the CBS series NCIS: New Orleans. Katherine shares the behind-the-scenes story of an episode she wrote this season featuring a … Continue Reading Disability Representation on TV: Interview with Katherine Beattie
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
https://media.blubrry.com/disability_visibility/p/content.blubrry.com/disability_visibility/Final_Ep_47.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | RSS Today’s episode is on design with my guest … Continue Reading Ep 47: Design with Liz Jackson
Please join disabled artists Gaelynn Lea and Kalyn Heffernan and Alice Wong of the Disability Visibility Project for a conversation on accessibility and disabled performers on April 3, 2019, 3 … Continue Reading 4/3 #CripTheStage Twitter Chat
On the Ancestral Plane: Crip Hand Me Downs and the Legacy of Our Movements Stacey Milbern My favorite boots are socks. Crip socks. Made out of brown leather to … Continue Reading On the Ancestral Plane: Crip Hand Me Downs and the Legacy of Our Movements
Editor’s note: This is one of two essays by disabled parents about the life and work of Carrie Ann Lucas, a disabled parent, activist, lawyer and all-around life force in … Continue Reading Carrie Ann Lucas Was a BAMF
Collecting [a] home for Disability Justice in the Library Written by Dana Bishop-Root and Dustin Gibson in collaboration with Bekezela Mguni. Audio version by Imani Barbarin. http://media.blubrry.com/disability_visibility/content.blubrry.com/disability_visibility/Collecting_a_home_for_Disability_J.mp3 Content Warnings: … Continue Reading Collecting [a] home for Disability Justice in the Library
FINALLY! The Disability Visibility Project is venturing into the Instagram universe. Follow us at @disability_visibility and say hello!
Hello friends! This has been an exciting year both personally and professionally for me. I am astonished at how the Disability Visibility Project® has grown and evolved since 2014. Many … Continue Reading DVP 2018: Year in Review
On January 9, 2018, Alice Wong interviewed Judith Heumann for the Disability Visibility Project® with the StoryCorps app. Judy talked about growing up as a Jewish disabled girl in Brooklyn, … Continue Reading DVP Interview: Judith Heumann and Alice Wong
Alice Wong interviewed Jennifer Justice for the Disability Visibility Project® at StoryCorps San Francisco on May 21, 2016. Jennifer shares her experiences learning about other disabled artists during art school and … Continue Reading DVP Interview: Jennifer Justice and Alice Wong
This is an interview with Belo Cipriani, the editor and publisher of a new anthology featuring coming-of-age stories by disabled writers. Congratulations on the recent publication of Firsts: Coming of … Continue Reading Interview with Belo Cipriani
https://media.blubrry.com/disability_visibility/p/content.blubrry.com/disability_visibility/Final_Ep_35.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download | EmbedSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Email | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | RSS Did you know that the third Wednesday of … Continue Reading Ep 35: Mentoring
Brand New! Believe Disabled People. Period. July 26, 2018 is the 28th anniversary of the ADA! To mark this occasion, the DVP has new merch for sale. This campaign came … Continue Reading New apparel for sale! Happy 28th Anniversary of the ADA!