Diversability

Advancing intersectional disability representation

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We are an award-winning social enterprise to celebrate the diversity of our disability lived experiences.

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A black and white photograph of Diversability community members holding the Diversability sign. Two of the members are sitting in wheelchairs. It is a close up image of the banner, with the community member’s heads cropped out.
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What Disabled People Want You To Know About Mental Health

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The Diversability community at a holiday gathering in 2015 with each person holding their gift.
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Vote with Your Wallet This Holiday Season

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Workplace Realities From A Disabled Employee’s Perspective

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[Image Description: A young small girl sitting in a large wheelchair]
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How My Daughter Sees Her Disabled Dad

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[Image Description: A picture of two people's legs. They are standing together at a crosswalk. One of these individuals is holding a white cane.]
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Warning: Blind Mom on Board

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[Photo Description: A large group of Diversability community members posing for a photo at a community event]
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What You Need to Know About Ableism

by Diversability
rectangular graphic with a charcoal background. In gold block text, “The D-30 Disability Impact List”. Below, a gold bar with black text, “2020 honorees”. Collage of the headshots of the 30 honorees.
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30 Disability Leaders We are Celebrating Today (and Everyday)

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A photograph of a group of Diversability community members walking in New York City’s 2018 Disability Pride Parade. Four people are holding a Diversability banner. Another person is holding a sign that reads “disability rights are women’s rights are human rights.” This sign is written in all capital letters, and “human rights” is underlined twice.
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Why We are Proud to be Disabled

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Professional physically integrated dancer and chair user Lindy “Oji” Dannelley dances in her chair.
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“Morning Wiggles” Dance-Based Mental Health Movement Creates Small Moments of Joy Amid Global Pandemic

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What It’s Like Being a Business Owner With a Chronic Illness

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Successful Disability Hiring and Inclusion Initiatives are Rooted at the Community-Level

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Tech Inclusion New York 2018 Highlights #TechInclusion

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Meet Us at #TechInclusion in NYC on Wednesday, June 27

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Vix Jensen on the United State of Women Summit #USOW2018

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Meet Us at #USOW2018 in Los Angeles

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Defiance.

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Shira Strongin: The sickest chick around

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Seeing the World the Tony Giles Way

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“Breathe” and the Power of Love

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