“Hale” is a new short documentary film about Hale Zukas, who helped make Berkeley the birthplace of the disability rights movement.
Madison opens its first playground accessible to children with disabilities
The playground includes intellectually stimulating puzzles, an accessible merry-go-round and a smooth rubber surface around the play equipment.
United Spinal Association Invites the Disability Community to Participate in a National Survey about Accessible Parking and Placard Abuse
The online survey takes about 10 minutes and will impact policies related to parking for people with disabilities.
Residents with Disabilities Take NYC Sidewalks to Court
Advocates for people with disabilities asked a federal court to declare that New York City has not done enough to make its sidewalks accessible.
Employers Miss Opportunities for Workers with Disabilities
Most employers often overlook recruiting and training practices that could expand employment opportunities according to a national survey.
Disability Advocates Arrested Protesting Medicaid Cuts
Over 100 disability-rights advocates were arrested while protesting the newly abandoned proposal to overhaul the Affordable Care Act.
How I navigate the NYC subway system in a wheelchair
David Choi exposes the challenges and physical barriers many wheelchair users face when using public transportation.
How This 27-Year-Old Filmmaker Is Helping People With Disabilities Own Their Narratives
Reid Davenport was born with cerebral palsy and has dedicated his life to giving people living with disabilities a voice in today’s narrative.