NPR has recognized Alice Wong’s groundbreaking work with the publication of the new book, Resistance and Hope: Essays by Disabled People, Crip Wisdom for the People, Edited by Alice Wong, Disability Visibility Project. In an unexpectedly insightful and critical story Ilana Masad outlines the stories in both Wong’s book and the new collection of New York Times disability essays, About Us: Essays from the Disability Series of the New York Times, edited by Peter Catapano and Rosemarie Garland-Thomson
ANNOUNCEMENT: The National Arts and Disability Center would like to announce that funds are available for the 2018 Arts and Accessibility grants program. The purpose of this grants program is to enhance opportunities for participation in the arts by people with disabilities throughout California.
With December and the New Year drawing near and Kislev off to a good start, the season of gift guides is now upon us. Like many marginalized groups, the disability community has started to publish more and more gift guides showcasing products from artists, artisans, and entrepreneurs with disabilities.
Now in it’s fourth year, Emily Ladau’s Original Disability Holiday Gift Guide highlights a variety of goods on sale by independent disabled entrepreneurs worldwide as well as disability orgs worthy of a donation in a special someone’s name.
Parenting Autistic Children with Love and Acceptance (PACLA) has just released their “annual gift guide and resource for #ActuallyAutistic run businesses, shops, artists, craftspeople, writers & more.”
This time last year, Meriah Nichols published The Ultimate Gift Guide For Supporting Businesses With A Positive Connection To Disability.
And that’s just to name a few!
This year, Disability Arts/Bay Area is throwing its hat in the ring with a gift guide focused on disabled artists and artisans in the San Francisco Bay Area.