We teamed up with Seattle Womxn’s March for the Womxn Act on Seattle event back in January, and the women of RiR discussed the work they’re doing to advance the disability rights movement.
Maddie Bright is one of our Storytellers finalists, and she is making her video debut! In her video, Maddie shares why internet accessibility is important to disabled people and what you can do to raise awareness about inaccessible websites.
Congress is about to vote on HR 620 – a bill designed to weaken the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). 1 out of 5 people in the US has a disability, and the ADA provides us with the fundamental civil right to use public accommodations, go to stores, restaurants, hotels and other businesses just like our non-disabled friends, family members, colleagues and peers.
It’s the New Year, and that means we are just about six months away from graduation. Graduation is an exciting time to celebrate all of our accomplishments, but what if you can’t attend your own graduation because you have a disability?
Xavier Long recounts their experience as well as witnessing acts of abuse and violence while in the custody of Colorado Division of Youth Corrections (DYC).
The Thomas family shares their story of loss and police violence, and why this initiative matters to them.
A new bill in the Arizona State Legislature is designed to slow down access violation lawsuits.
Katrina Johnson shares her family’s story of loss and police violence, and why I-940 matters to her.
The International Symbol of Access is suppose to indicate barrier-free areas for all disabled people, but the symbol itself seems to be the biggest obstacle for many of us.