The Heavy Cost of Strength: The Weight of Being Black, Queer, and Disabled
How Should We Address the Use of Outdated and/or Offensive Terminology and Labels with Others?
the power of language
In a constantly evolving world, choosing the right words to describe disability may feel intimidating. Kaycee Marshall interviews leaders in the community to show us how powerful the language used to describe disability really is.
Disability + Employment
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the workforce, barriers to employment,
disabled people as leaders and more.
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_TRAILBLAZERcredit: Melissa Blake
From The New York Times to Elle, Melissa Blake has been blazing a trail with her outspoken and award-winning writing. Covering topics such as disability, relationships, lifestyle and pop culture, she pushes boundaries and explores the world around her, not in spite of her disability but because of it. Her motto is: “Smart is the new sexy. Awkward is the new cool. Flawed is the new beautiful.”LEARN MORE
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2021 Lyfebulb and Bristol Myers Squibb Innovation Challenge
In partnership with Bristol Myers Squibb, Lyfebulb recently kicked off its 2021 Innovation Challenge – Addressing Unmet Needs in MS. The Challenge, part of the summit that Lyfebulb and Bristol Myers Squibb will host virtually this year from March 10-11, is open to individuals who have personally been affected by multiple sclerosis (MS), patients or their loved ones and their support network.READ MORE