More than a Meme: What It Means to Be the Father of a Disabled Child

Gary Dietz argues that fathers of disabled children need to embrace their evolving role in society and actively support, both physically and emotionally, caregivers in similar situations.

Why Didn’t I Try to Make the World a Better Place?

Recent milestones in Saudi Arabia for disabled youth, and how those milestones have the potential to make the world a better place.

Code Blue Handicap Parking Sign

Erin Kelly takes a look at the path of action in New York’s changes to the handicap parking sign.

“I Got 99 Problems and Palsy is Just One.”

Wilkine Brutus highlights Maysoon Zayid and her work to show the world that “disability is as visual as race.”

The Future of Disabled Workers

Erin Kelly, a writer with cerebral palsy, on an exciting new development for disabled people who are looking for work.

Uncovering Ethics: When Death of the Disabled Leads to a Stalemate in the Search for Justice

Erin Kelly believes the simple act of listening would have saved Robert Ethan Saylor’s life.

Accessible Japan: How The Land of the Rising Sun Puts Belief into Action Towards the Disabled

When it comes to travel through Japan, the disabled often have the right-of-way.

Ten Years in the Rearview Mirror

When it’s a matter of life, death and wheelchair accessible vans.

Acceptance: The Fight of the 21st Century

The values extolled by Martin Luther King Jr. live on how we live them.

The Right to Life; The Right to End It [Video]

It’s your life. But is it yours to end?