A Black enby person sharing their struggles with mental health and although the world is against them. They continue to exist and take up space, through sharing habits and resources that have helped them.
The unchecked ableism in our society makes it so that some prosper and some people who sit at the intersections of identities, like Risa Rifkind, have a nearly impossible path toward any kind of power and prosperity. Why? Because the systems are built by the people who benefit from them. But it's time for that to end. Risa explores this through her experiences.
Our rebrand that resulted in our new name, Disability Lead, challenged what an accessible brand, inclusive of a website, could look like.
It’s unfathomable that we’re here, over three decades later, and people with disabilities are still facing barriers to exercising one of their most fundamental rights: the right to vote.