This month we pair three articles with three videos. Each has an emphasis on disability activism.
- In 2020 artist Ashanti Fortson and Alice Wong collaborated in a project called Community As Home featuring a series digital portraits centered on the joy, culture, and love of disabled people and how we create communities and homes for one another.
- There is no limit to human capacity by Fatima Al-Jassem, Integration Ambassador.
- 10 Quick Ways to Analyze Children’s Books for Ableism by Rethinking Schools.
Life Stories: Disability Activist Alice Wong. Disability activist Alice Wong shares her life story, the Disability Visibility Project, and the need to change how the mainstream media talks about disabilities.
A disability activist shows leadership on inclusion at EXPO 2020 and beyond. Fatma Al Jassim credits the forward-looking approach of the United Arab Emirates and in particular its leadership for inclusive conditions for persons with disabilities in the country, where they are known as persons of determination.
Shivangi Agrawal's Determined Art Movement. Having a congenital disability, 25-year-old Shivangi Agrawal has faced stigma all her life. But that hasn’t stopped her from working towards social change.