The code of ethics many newsrooms follow calls on journalists to “give voice to the voiceless,” but this thinking limits how we see our sources.
Disability Day of Mourning is a time to remember and celebrate the lives of disabled people killed by their families. It’s also a time for a range of emotions, all of which are okay.
CW: Anti-autistic ableism and mentions of self-harm There’s a beauty in my hands moving in front of me: short, jerking motions that remind me
We’re fast approaching December, and specifically, World AIDS Day on Dec. 1. While we should absolutely celebrate the progress medicine and society have made
I am tired of calls for peaceful protests. I want to make it clear: I am not advocating for violence. I don’t think violence
It’s my third year writing an article for Transgender Day of Remembrance. I plan to keep writing them as long as I’m here and
For the rest of the world, it’s the end of April. For The Claremont Colleges, where things are looking a little more rainbow
My IUD cost $1,500. The complications from my IUD cost over $7,000. I know all of this because Aetna Student Health Insurance Plan —
CW: Ableism, anti-autism speech, death I have an automatic, almost traumatic, reaction to puzzle pieces these days. Nothing against actual puzzles, really.
CW: Ableism, saneism, hate crimes, murder This article has been adapted from a speech the author gave at the 7C Disability Day of Mourning