Tonight, during Women’s History Month, we’re exploring disability: We talk with Alice Wong, founder of the Disability Visibility Project, and hear some excerpts from its tremendous collection of oral histories – stories told from the lived experiences of folks from the disability community. We talk with Carina Ho, a dancer paralyzed from her chest down, … Continued


A spirited discussion of #CripTheVote,  (an online non-partisan campaign about voting and disability issues), the Disability Visibility Project and media for disabled people.  We talk to disability mover and shaker, Alice Wong.     Alice Wong is the founder and Project Coordinator of the Disability Visibility Project, a project collecting oral histories of people with … Continued


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