Reem Farhat, Fordham University
The upcoming change will make it harder for deaf and hard of hearing people to access videos on the platform, as well as hinder video translations.
Tamara Kamis, Cornell University
Twitter’s new feature can’t be used by the hard of hearing community, bringing attention to other technology that excludes people with disabilities.
Lisa Lilianstrom, Northern Illinois University
The organization treats autistic people as ‘problems’ to be fixed instead of actually listening to their voices.
Rose Younglove, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
Everything from just making sounds to the actual process of practicing can be life-changing.
These women are making the world a more inclusive and accessible place, one post at a time.
Amber Amortegui, Palm Beach Atlantic University
How this nonprofit organization uses beatboxing to help kids create music and practice speech therapy
Eleanore Belanger, Arizona State University
When you hear determined, these four people fit the category perfectly.
Michaela Shea-Gander, Denison University
Baby steps are better than no steps at all, but shows like ‘Atypical’ and ‘Special’ still have their flaws.
Katie Lommen, Saint Louis University
The senior wants to provide special needs students with a sense of community and belonging with her nonprofit.
August Pritchett, Armstrong State University
These people make talking about their disabilities seriously entertaining.
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