Film contest celebrating disability stories is accepting submissions until March 31.
Toyota, the Worldwide Mobility Partner of the Olympic and Paralympic Games, has released commercials featuring people with disabilities as part of its Start Your Impossible campaign.
The backstory of Drunk History's episode on disability rights told by our man in Hollywood, Allen Rucker.
The film based on the memoir of cartoonist John Callahan premiered at Sundance in January.
An excerpt from Ben Mattlin's new book digs into the dynamics of “inter-abled” relationships.
Even with the real Jeff Bauman giving him cripple tips, Gyllenhaal doesn’t ‘know’ what it means to be a double amp.
Dr. Marcalee Sipski Alexander wrote the e-book on sexuality and SCI — literally. Her desire to share her knowledge directly with those who will most benefit from it is also why she is presenting a free webinar for United Spinal Association.
CNN’s online LoveStory series included a piece on Kristen, a wheelchair-using New Yorker who lets us tag along on a first date.
Disabled People Destroy Science Fiction will start accepting submissions from writers with disabilities starting January 15.
Cartoonist Mat Barton and collaborator Adam Cooper joined the exclusive ranks of cartoonists who’ve been published in the New Yorker. Where will Cooper and Barton (CAB) take “Please Remain Seated”?