We’ve decided to let the photos do the storytelling.
For this Instagram #RollUnited2020 photo contest, we asked our followers how they are handling the year of COVID.
Nolan Ryan Trowe sustained an SCI in 2016 and has since built a powerful portfolio documenting the lives of people with SCI/D and other disabilities.
With the 2020 Games postponed, Paralympian Kerri Morgan finds herself at a crossroads. But not for the reason you might expect.
Behind every sign and slogan are the stories that give a movement meaning. We weren’t sure what stories Black wheelchair users would tell about the intersection of race and disability — so we asked.
Black people with SCI give their perspective on Black Lives Matter and its intersection with disability.
The SCI support group at Craig Hospital continues to thrive because of its ability to serve the various needs of its ever-changing roster of attendees.
I don't know if the injustice is due to my blackness or my disability.
Shannon Franks tackles some of our planet’s most difficult scientific questions. He brings that same approach to his personal life.
United Spinal Association is hosting two graduate students from Mary Baldwin University as they complete their capstone projects for the university’s doctoral program in occupational therapy.