Able-bodied people tend to freeze up when someone with an unfamiliar disability shows up in their environment.  They suddenly turn away, speak foolishly, or bumble too aggressively in our direction.  The result is awkward – and sometime dangerous. Questions arise:  Should I help someone by pushing their wheelchair?  Can blind people cross the road without … Continued

Once more around the Jan. 6 insurrection at the Capitol Building – this time through the eyes of disability. The uprising threatened particular individuals in a building with a lot of history. Some of those individuals live with disability and some of that history is intertwined with accessibility struggles and successes. Mitch Jeserich worked in … Continued