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?
On Election Day this November 8th, there will be local and state elections in addition to the one for President. Local elections are just as important as national ones. In … Continue Reading #CripTheVote Interview: Thida Cornes for Mountain View City Council
Disability and the Dilemma of Accessing Quality Women’s Healthcare: A Cautionary Tale By H. Lee I am a woman with muscular dystrophy in her late 30s who uses a power … Continue Reading Guest blog post: Disability and the Dilemma of Accessing Quality Women’s Healthcare
The Disability Visibility Project loves tumblrs. We came across so many powerful and thoughtful tumblrs (and lots of funny cat ones too) such as Letters to Thrive, a tumblr of … Continue Reading Guest blog post: Enough Enough by Kristen
This quote from Stacey Milbern really speaks to the invisible forces that surround women of color and disabled women of color in particular. We know that women of color have … Continue Reading People We Love: Stacey Milbern, Berkeley, CA
This blog post by Kaley Roosen was published on December 10, 2013 by the National Eating Disorder Information Centre (NEDIC), a Canadian non-profit providing resources on eating disorders & weight … Continue Reading Guest blog post: ‘Whose Body Is It Anyways?’ by Kaley Roosen
A fabulous excerpt/extended quote by Ingrid Tischer, Director of Development, DREDF, on telethons, ‘inspiration porn‘ and their impact on girls with disabilities (published in an article titled, “I’ll Trade You the Pink-Ribbon … Continue Reading People We Love: Ingrid Tischer, Berkeley, CA