For this Instagram #RollUnited2020 photo contest, we asked our followers how they are handling the year of COVID.
Five years ago, Bear Gutierrez crafted an amazing series of photos of people with SCI. We revisit the portraits and catch up with his subjects.
Photographer Kirk Williams takes us behind the lens to show how he gets great images and how you can too.
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.
Black people with SCI give their perspective on Black Lives Matter and its intersection with disability.
Creative ways you can enjoy the perks of foreign travel without leaving the U.S.
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.
Organizing an accessible protest.
As an African American who has been living as a wheelchair user for 18 years, my viewing these issues through the lens of race and disability yields a complicated set of vulnerabilities, insights and perspectives.