The ADA encourages disabled people to feel safe in the workforce and beyond, but in reality it only serves to give them the opportunity to be exploited just like everyone else.
I’m learning the importance of paying attention to the signs of grief, those approaching waves, so I’m more prepared to navigate them. By Carolyn Hinds “Watch wuh yuh doing. De sea ain’t got nuh backdoor” is a phrase every Bajan child would
Sassy, admittedly stubborn, and sometimes pink-haired, Gem Turner is visibly disabled and uses a wheelchair. She's fighting for more visibility and body positivity. https://www.instagram.com/p/BS9ZaLWFJY2/?taken-by=gem_turner On her 24th birthday, Gem Turner listed 24 things she has learned thus far in life for her
When's the last time you saw fashion divas in a wheelchairs, outside of American Horror Story? We're here to change all that. Fashion is for everybody -- and every body. Over time, consumers have begun to demand representation for all bodies, including those
by Natasha Sisodiya Five years ago, my health took a nosedive. I started to get low-grade fevers, rashes, fatigue and joint pain. My doctors first diagnosed me with lupus, then rheumatoid arthritis. I was prescribed one harsh medication after another and