The Disabled Entrepreneur
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
Best friends Rebecca and Olivia on
the workforce, barriers to employment,
disabled people as leaders and more.
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It’s less than a year since the community lost one of its brightest lights – amputee model and disability activist Mama Cax. Seen on the runway, the cover of Teen Vogue and modeling for the likes of Tommy Hilfiger, asos and Olay, she described her career as an act of selflove and body positivity. A fashion force and trailblazer, she was a champion of inclusive beauty.LEARN MORE
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Wounded Warriors Find New Strength
More than 600,000 Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans have been left partially or totally disabled from physical or psychological wounds received during their service. Since 2010, the annual Department of Defense Warrior Games aim to support the recovery and rehabilitation of wounded warriors and expose them to adaptive sports. Time Magazine celebrates some of the warriors.READ MORE
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something otherworldly and
poetic about photographer
Ngoc Minh Ngo’s work.
A childhood spent seaside
in Vietnam infuses her
images with a sense of awe
and wonder towards the
many moods of nature. In
today’s chaotic world, there’s
something very soothing
about watching her exquisite
flowers fill up our feed.