These true champions redefine brotherhood.
Erin Kelly, a writer with cerebral palsy, reflects on her experience as a disabled student, and the striking increase of young people who aren’t getting the education they deserve.
Erin Kelly, a writer with cerebral palsy, explores the impact of the thousands of disabled Indians who protested in New Delhi for the right to be counted as equal.
Wilkine Brutus highlights Maysoon Zayid and her work to show the world that “disability is as visual as race.”
Tommy Raskin believes that current drug policies in schools tip the balance against young people who are self-medicating because of disability, depression, family dysfunction and social exclusion.
Erin Kelly, a writer with cerebral palsy, reflects on the impressions her grandparents left in her heart.
Little Bird’s Dad remembers his Uncle Joe, a man many didn’t understand or take the time to truly know.
Gary Dietz knows you are just trying to connect. But you could try to connect with his son—as a human being—instead of adding to the feeling of marginalization by asking questions as if he doesn’t exist.
Erin Kelly’s cerebral palsy built a wall that she believed no one could break through. These five stories come from five of her closest friends who made the choice to break through that wall and redefine friendship.
Jacob Tucker’s brother just turned 24. And it’s time Jacob told him what he really thinks about him.
Erin Kelly, a writer with cerebral palsy, on an exciting new development for disabled people who are looking for work.
A summer cleaning project digs up a man’s painful, buried memories.
I’m giving my child to you. Please return him in the same or better condition in which you receive him.
Marcus Bright calls for action in educational reform.
So many little girls have been taught to be sweet at all costs. N.C. Harrison examines the life and times of a female wrestler who broke that rule…and plenty of others.
Slow down, breathe, enjoy every moment. Learn to focus on what’s in front of you, and find peace in whatever you do.
Aaron W. Voyles reminisces about the impact of debauchery on his freshman hall.
Mothers of black boys, dead or alive, live with an unspoken sadness due to the loss of their children’s perceived innocence.
Now that he’s a father, David Ewald finds that watching on-screen violence isn’t what it used to be.
No matter how you categorize it, rejection hurts and it’s deeply personal. But it can be handled with grace and aplomb.
“We talk so much about leaving a better planet to our kids, that we forget to leave better kids to our planet.”-Gerry Burnie
Does fitness depend on your state? Josh Magill discusses.
Rumors of the death of American democracy are greatly exaggerated.
There you see several photos proudly displayed around the room. In every single one of them they are dressed as a clown.
This teddy bear just won the internet’s heart.
Tracey Michae’l Lewis-Giggetts watched in horror as a white guy, high as a kite, got away with crashing his car and hiding his drugs right in front of the cops.
What does it look like to the other person when you can’t put your phone down while having a conversation? This video nails it.