Disability Equality

True freedom can only be achieved when every citizen has access. Still, many basic services and activities are off limits to those with vision, hearing, mobility or neurological impairments. Proper accommodations require education, awareness, and empathy. Headlined by the first actor in a wheelchair to win a Tony award, these speakers envision a world without ableism.

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  • Children of a Lesser God Star Lauren Ridloff on Early Life Lessons & Seeing Eye to Eye with Co-Star Joshua Jackson
    Every Broadway season generates at least one “star is born” moment from a charismatic newcomer.
  • People with disabilities are sharing their uncomfortable experiences with able-bodied people on Twitter
    Imani Barbarin is a vocal advocate for getting disabled people more visible in the media.
  • Imani writes about disabled people for Forbes Magazine
    As a communications professional, public speaker, writer and blogger, I explore disability culture as well as society and business’s perceptions of disabled people from the perspective of...
  • All My Life, People Have Told Me I’m “An Inspiration.” Here’s Why It’s So Harmful.
    Imani Barbarin explains why ‘being an inspiration’ is actually harmful.
  • Ali Stroker – I Can’t Say No – Oklahoma! – Live with Kelly and Ryan
    Watch Ali Stroker on Live with Kelly and Ryan.
  • Ali Stroker became the first actor in a wheelchair ever to win a Tony Award on June 9
    A Car Accident at Age 2 Left Ali Stroker Paralyzed — Now She's a Tony-Winning Broadway Sensation
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