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
Are you over 18 and needing personal assistance to live in San Francisco? Support at Home provides financial assistance to help people afford home care and live independently and safely … Continue Reading Support at Home: Home Care in San Francisco
Share your SF Bay Area Women’s March stories on January 20th! Are you a disabled person attending the Women’s March in Oakland or SF? Are you a disabled person who … Continue Reading Call for SF Bay Area Women’s March Disability Stories
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!!
Ron Jones interviewed Maia Scott at StoryCorps for the Disability Visibility Project™ at StoryCorps in San Francisco on August 14, 2014. Here is one audio clip with text transcripts from … Continue Reading DVP Interview: Maia Scott and Ron Jones
Below is the program for an event co-organized by the Disability Visibility Project™ that will take place on September 25, 2016 at the Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, California. Deaf/Disabled … Continue Reading 9/25 DVP Event: Conversation with Deaf and Disabled Artists
As someone who loves film, it’s dismaying to find such an uneven range of films about disabled people. There are the treacly, Oscar-bait films that follow every inspirational trope and … Continue Reading Celebrating Disability Culture: Interview with #Superfest2016 Judges
Call for Stories The Disability Visibility Project (DVP) is super excited to partner with the Contemporary Jewish Museum for a listening party and panel discussion focusing on artists with disabilities on Sunday, … Continue Reading Call for Stories: Artists with Disabilities
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
On November 5, 2015, Alice Wong interviewed her friend Kenzi Robi at StoryCorps San Francisco for the Disability Visibility Project. Below are some condensed and edited excerpts from their conversation. On … Continue Reading DVP Interview: Kenzi Robi and Alice Wong
January 1, 2016 Whew—it’s already 2016! This summer will mark the 2-year anniversary of the Disability Visibility Project (DVP) and I’m delighted to share some major updates and news. Extension … Continue Reading DVP 2016: Donate, Swag Shop, and More!
On June 4, 2015 Ellen Wu interviewed her childhood friend Alice Wong at StoryCorps San Francisco for the Disability Visibility Project. Below are some condensed and edited excerpts from their … Continue Reading DVP Interview: Alice Wong and Ellen Wu
We’re excited to have another Bay Area organization as one of our media partners: Senior and Disability Action! From their About page: San Francisco Senior and Disability Action mobilizes and … Continue Reading Media Partner #93: Senior and Disability Action
The Disability Visibility Project welcomes Indigo Mind, our 89th media partner! Taking place September 26-November 5, 2015 and curated by Cara Levine + Arianne Gelardin, “Indigo Mind is an ambitious … Continue Reading Media Partner #89: Indigo Mind
On July 21, 2015 the Independent Living Resource Center of San Francisco (ILRCSF) and the Disability Visibility Project organized a Community Dialogue on Assistive Technology Needs of People with Disabilities. … Continue Reading Integrating the disability perspective: assistive technology, design, hackathons & makeathons
Thank you to the Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired of San Francisco for supporting the Disability Visibility Project since last year! From their About page: LightHouse for the Blind’s mission … Continue Reading Media Partner #88: Lighthouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired, San Francisco