Tiffany Yu, founder of Diversability, talks about how exclusion is more disabling to a person than an actual disability and why employers should hire people with disabilities because of their strengths, not to meet a quota.
The #InequalityIs campaign by the Ford Foundation is a yearlong conversation about inequality in all its forms. Read More
This is an adapted training course to introduce people to the concepts and terminology used around disability and accessibility in the workplace.. Read More
Hear what members of our community want in an age-friendly community. Affordable housing and transportation, access to health care and social activities, respect and much more. Thank you to Boston Neighborhood Network, Ethos and Massachusetts Senior Action Council for their help in producing this video. This video was produced by In the Car. http://www.inthecarmedia.com/ Barrier-free connectivity for social inclusion The… Read More
Zach Anner’s quest to get a rainbow bagel in Brooklyn sheds light on New York City’s accessibility issues. Read More
The first Deafblind person to graduate from Harvard Law School, Haben Girma advocates for equal opportunities for people with disabilities. President Obama named her a White House Champion of Change, and Forbes recognized her in Forbes 30 Under 30. Haben travels the world consulting and public speaking, teaching clients the benefits of fully accessible products and services. Haben is a… Read More