Stacey Park Milbern (1987-2020) recorded her oral history twice for the Disability Visibility Project, a community partnership with StoryCorps. As communities celebrate Stacey’s life and work, I invite you to … Continue Reading #StaceyTaughtUs: Record your story for the Disability Visibility Project
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!!
The Disability Visibility Project® started 3 years ago and encouraged over 200 people from the disability community to record their stories at StoryCorps locations across the country. As a … Continue Reading Message of Solidarity with @StoryCorpsUnion
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
DVP Power: Culture, Community, Pride The Disability Visibility Project™ (DVP) is a living and evolving organism. The disability community powers the DVP with their energy, love, and enthusiasm. I am constantly … Continue Reading #DVPpower: Culture, Community, Pride
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
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
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
The Disability Visibility Project Listening Event Wednesday, October 14, 2015 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Access Living 115 West Chicago Avenue, 4th Floor Chicago, Illinois 6065 Join The Disability Visibility … Continue Reading 10/14 Chicago: DVP Listening Event
If I could type this a million times, I would type: THANK YOU!!! THANK YOU to all the people who supported the Disability Visibility Project (DVP) when it launched last June. THANK … Continue Reading #ADA25: A note of gratitude from the DVP
To honor ADA25, the Disability Visibility Project will participate in Lights! Camera! Access! 2.0 July 13 & 14; 1-6 pm ET — to increase disability-inclusive diversity employment, improve portrayals and achieve access … Continue Reading 7/14: Disability Narrative Imperative Panel
This video is a presentation for a small group session given at the StoryCorps San Francisco Audio Workshop for community partners on June 2, 2015 in San Francisco, CA. The … Continue Reading DVP and Social Media
If you are a person with a disability and participated in StoryCorps or navigated on their website, StoryCorps wants to hear from you!! Please fill out this online survey (a … Continue Reading StoryCorps Accessibility Survey: Please Participate!