Accessibility and the Lack Thereof in the Film Industry Carolyn Hinds Being a Black woman means there isn’t a day that goes by where I don’t worry that … Continue Reading Accessibility and the Lack Thereof in the Film Industry
20 Questions for Disability-Inclusive Employers Aubrie Lee We deserve better We deserve the best We deserve to get out of bed We deserve to rest We deserve to work … Continue Reading 20 Questions for Disability-Inclusive Employers
“We were maybe not going to save the world, but we were going to save each other.¹”: How Disabled Mutual Aid Is Different Than Abled Mutual Aid Leah Lakshmi Piepzna-Samarasinha … Continue Reading How Disabled Mutual Aid Is Different Than Abled Mutual Aid
Disabled people belong everywhere and it was exciting to several disabled people appointed to key positions in the Biden administration. Below is an interview with Emily Voorde, a person I … Continue Reading Q&A with Emily Voorde
High-Risk Vaccine Hesitancy Brianne Benness At this time last year, I didn’t know what to do about the flu vaccine. We were already in the thick of the pandemic: grieving … Continue Reading High-Risk Vaccine Hesitancy
Below is an open letter from a number of disabled people in the US impacted by a recall of 13 ventilators, CPAPs and BiPaps manufactured by Philips Respironics including signatures … Continue Reading Letter from Disabled Ventilator Users on Philips Respironics Recall
Moving From Survival Sandy Ho Editor’s note: This op-ed by the author was recently rejected by The New York Times’ (NYT) opinion section. In the midst of the … Continue Reading Moving From Survival
I am delighted to share that I will be coming out with a new book next year, Year of the Tiger, published by Vintage Books. The title refers to the … Continue Reading Year of the Tiger: New book in 2022!