“Redesigning the Employment Narrative”, by Kyann Flint

The dawn of the disability rights movement brought forth the entrance of the disability community onto the scene of the rigid modern-day workforce. This work structure was not built with disability in mind. Workers with disabilities had to conform to this structure...

“The ADA Turns 30” by Everett Deibler

Being a member of the ADA Generation is a privilege. The American with Disabilities Act (ADA) turns 30 years old on July 26, 2020.  As a child with Cerebral Palsy (CP) when the ADA was passed 30 years ago, I was too young to realize just how much it would positively...

“Living Breathing Intersectionality” By Whitney A. Ford

Intersectionality is defined as “the interconnected nature of social organizations such as race, class, and gender as they apply to a given individual or group, regarded as overlapping and interdependent systems of discrimination or disadvantage” according to Oxford...

“Getting ‘old’ is a privilege” By Dr. Josie Badger

I toss and turn, trying to find any position to get away from the pain. The compounding years of living with a 90° angle in my back wears in my body. Potential arthritis, hypothyroidism… the list continues to grow. As a person with a disability, our bodies often age...

“Pills, Pups, and the Pandemic” By Dr. Rachel Kallem Whitman

Let me start off by saying mental illness and pandemics are friends. Actually, not just friends, best friends, who share the same passion: making people sick. COVID-19 is threatening and devastating the health and livelihood of so many people. We’re not just wrestling...