11th grade history US history students at Gann Academy spent an entire year interviewing people, collecting artifacts, conducting oral histories and research, and creating a museum exhibit on disability history. … Continue Reading Disability History in the US: Interview with Anna Caine and Tal Chafetz
The California Association for Postsecondary Education and Disability (CAPED) is excited to partner with the Disability Visibility Project® with this call for stories for the CAPED community. The CAPED storytelling … Continue Reading Call for Stories: California Association for Postsecondary Education and Disability
Dear reader, As I write this post I am humming the 90’s Boyz II Men classic, “It’s So Hard To Say Goodbye To Yesterday.” Feeling sad yet grateful. Như Tiên Lữ, Regional Manager, … Continue Reading Thanks for the memories, StoryCorps SF!!
Woo hoo! The Disability Visibility Project™ showed up and represented at the Allied Media Conference in Detroit, Michigan, on June 17, 2017. The Allied Media Conference is: “A collaborative laboratory of … Continue Reading DVP at Allied Media Conference 2017
‘Collecting the Scraps’: Intellectual Disability & Irish History By David Kilgannon I never intended to become involved in the creation of a history of the experience of people with intellectual … Continue Reading Guest Blog Post: Collecting the Scraps
Dear StoryCorps, Will you be my valentine? xoxo, Disability Visibility Project So Many Reasons There are a lot of reasons why I love StoryCorps, but I’ll speak from my experience … Continue Reading I *heart* StoryCorps
For the first time, an exhibit on the landmark 504 sit in that took place in 1997, “Patient No More: People with Disabilities Securing Civil Rights,” in will be shown July 26-December … Continue Reading Q&A with Cathy Kudlick and Fran Osborne, Part Two
For the first time, an exhibit on the landmark 504 sit in that took place in 1997, “Patient No More: People with Disabilities Securing Civil Rights,” in will be shown … Continue Reading Q&A with Cathy Kudlick and Fran Osborne, Part One