The Ruderman Foundation is taking the lead in advocating for people with disabilities on the national stage.
Nothing can ruin a holiday affair faster than when the guy in the chair, slurring his words, falls over backwards into the onion dip.
It’s famously rare for wheelchair-using characters to be played by wheelchair-using actors on screens big and small, yet Darryl “Chill” Mitchell has no problem getting roles. What’s his secret?
Crip-based words should become part of a new, specialized vocabulary, a grab bag of peppy euphemisms for all occasions.
Thirteen contestants, 13 weeks, one finally named ‘America’s Wheelchair Celebrity.’ Sounds exciting, no?
Trump hates losers. If you are so cursed as to be in a wheelchair, you are ipso facto a big fat loser. And probably stupid.
From a Kleenex tearjerker about a man and his dog to a sweet Honey Maid offering of an aunt bonding with her niece, Ad Land has never featured so many wheelchair users.
People tend to feel less empathy for those who experience the exact same trauma.
In figuring out how to have a career as an artist, AJ Brockman ended up creating one of south Florida’s hottest spots.
Ever wonder why “the disability community,” of which you, dear reader, are a member or fellow traveler, is rarely mentioned in public discourse? Compare it [...]