Social media is here to stay, and so are a growing number of disabled influencers. Brook McCall talks with the wheelchair users behind three social media brands to learn why they chose this path, and what life is like on the other side of the screen.
COVID-19: Disability-Specific Coverage. Social-Distancing Entertainment with Trail Cameras. The 'Crip Camp' Documentary: New Trailer, Behind the Scenes.
Disability was front and center like never before at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. Here is the behind-the-scenes scoop.
his year the Sundance Film Festival’s new Press Inclusion Initiative offered stipends to help load Park City with journalists that looked a bit more diverse.
The Segway S-Pod. Disability Data. Parking Rage. Wireless Portable Doorbell. "The Surprising Truth About Having a Baby When You’re Disabled". Pulitzer Prize-winning play Cost of Living.
Cost of Living, written by Martyna Majok, won a Pulitzer Prize in 2018 and is currently being produced throughout the world.
Disabled Cruise Excursions. Facing Disability's Video Series. United Spinal Power of Art Podcast. Lincoln Rhyme. Disability Imagery. Affordable All-Terrain.
Nolan Ryan Trowe wins with project focused on wheelchair users in Harlem.
CASTING CALL: A major network is looking for a woman actor who uses a wheelchair and can play roles between the ages of 20 and 40.
Geek Media Editor Jill Pantozzi: From the Margins to Mainstream. Beyond Campaign Slogans to True Inclusion? Getting a Good Night's Sleep. Better Living Through Vitamins. The Half-Roll: Advice on How Not to Go Kayaking.