by Laszlo Jajczay
Disability Rights Washington, a nonprofit that protects the rights of people with disabilities, noticed a trend in the media industry that disturbed them. There weren’t any stories told about people in the disability community and the structural inequities in education, jobs, and other aspects of their lives.
“We weren’t seeing disability well represented in any kind of media, and the thought was that with the equity of social media, we could produce our own media by and for folks with disabilities,” said creative director Allexa Laycock.
So Disability Rights Washington created the media advocacy project Rooted in Rights to fill the gap in coverage.Continue reading Rooted in Rights Aims to Create Inclusive Space for Individuals With Disabilities