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Twitter’s Powerful Disabled People

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This Covid-19 has all of us looking for information and for people to interact with or follow on social media. Twitter has amazing disabled advocates who are humble, full of audacity, information and passion. There is so much pettiness in the world. The disabled community needs people who know how …

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Disabled and Healthy

In Mind, Body & Spirit, Pushing Forward by Guest Contributor2 Comments

Disable AND healthy.I already know what you’re thinking… It seems like a contradiction. I know what question is going through your mind right now. How the heck can I be disabled AND healthy? I used to think the same exact thing. For many, MANY years. The answer finally came to …

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Disabled Voters, Choose Your Presidential Candidate!

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“If you have a disability, you’re an activist. Sorry.”  At a recent workshop on productivity culture in downtown Boston, facilitator and chronic illness advocate Karolina Chorvath made me do a double-take. Her co-facilitator and founder of Hourglass Boston, Nicole Fichera, emphasized that capitalistic work cultures make everyone sick, not just …