Perhaps there was something about the closing of a millennium that led New Mobility to reflect on our bodies, our autonomy and disability’s place in our culture.
Flying with a wheelchair; Pazzo Pazzo; Colostomy
Here is my troubled body, dreaming myself into life: a guttering candle in a mound of melted wax, or a bruised pear, ripe beyond palatability, ready for …
The jury is responding not only to my words, but also to my visible persona — to the tiny woman in a wheelchair …
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In the early post-ADA years, we faced a dilemma: how to advocate for inclusion while proving our individuality.
Functional return, “wheelchair bound,” models on wheels.
Anger, hope, determination, optimism — New Mobility had it all.