Cerebral palsy is more than a condition of the brain which contributes to one’s lived experiences. It cannot be isolated and viewed only through the me…
As I have watched the Paralympics, the name Becca Meyers echoes between my ears. Thinking what would’ve been, could’ve been and should be has infuriate…
I remember watching President Biden’s acceptance speech on Nov. 7, and celebrating when he mentioned supporting the disability community. Maybe it was …
American gymnast Simone Biles has been the center of attention since removing herself from multiple competitions last week. Biles said on social media …
July is a symbolic month for the disability community. On July 26, 1990, the transformative Americans with Disabilities Act was enacted, and in celebra…
Reading that Andrew Yang conceded in New York City’s mayoral race last Tuesday night was a sigh of relief. The thought of Yang running the biggest city…
Earlier this month, fury mounted when Sia’s “Music” film received two Golden Globe nominations — best musical or comedy film and lead actress for music…
As I worked on my story about the lack of inclusion on college campuses, I had some eye-opening conversations. I talked to Syracuse University professo…
With the COVID-19 vaccine in distribution mode, society sees a return to normal in the near future. But I don’t want the normal from before the pandemi…
The modern-day term for an institution is a long-term care facility. It’s become “politically-correct,” but, I think, it’s evolved into a way of soften…
The US reported 125,220 coronavirus patients in hospitals Wednesday, the most ever on a given day during the pandemic, according to The COVID Tracking …
The comments about how my needs were too much for the system to handle still echo in my ear. I can hear the conversations that handcuffed my family. As…