From Where I Sit

In a speech celebrating the 32nd anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) —the law protecting the disabled from discrimination—Secreta... Learn More
In the United States, the disability community is 61 million people strong. Disability cuts across gender, race, religion, sexual orientation, and age... Learn More
This is my third post in my 10 Things I Would Tell You About Disability blog series. I always worry that these posts may seem a little like “The world... Learn More
Accessibility has allowed me to be an independent spirit. I’ve always believed that there is dignity in risk, but accessibility can give you a safe pl... Learn More
Our view of the typical American family has changed in just a few short years. Learn More
"Becoming Disabled” was the first article in the New York Times weekly series about disability that was written by people living with disabilities. Learn More
When I was first asked to interview Dr. Garland-Thomson, or "RGT," as she is often referred, I had no idea who she was, so my first order of business ... Learn More
An Instagram recommendation from Kathy Bates! Check out motivational speaker @spencer2thewest! Learn More
“CDC understands that parents and community members work hard to reduce the stigma that may come with physical differences. We acknowledge that the wo... Learn More
Sachuk is director of Fight for Right, a women-led, Ukrainian disability rights nonprofit building an international network to help people escape the ... Learn More