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Out of the Frying Pan and Into the Fire

As my Canadian readers may know by now, the CNIB is circulating a petition asking the government of Alberta to take responsibility for its visually impaired citizens in a way it has never yet done. 1,356 more words

Blindness

Sports Captioning Interview

As the University of South Carolina heads towards its last home football game of the 2014 season, we’d like to introduce you to one of our most experienced captioners, Joniel. 687 more words

Accessibility

Map: Detroit Bus Availability and Walkability

by contributor: Jimmy McBroom

“This is a map of accessibility to the fixed-route bus system in Metro Detroit. For each block, this measure was derived by looking at the bus stops within a 1500 foot walking distance (that’s about an 8-10 minute walk).

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Detroit

Disability Visibility Project: Janni Lehrer-Stein, San Francisco, CA

Alice Wong, Project Coordinator of the Disability Visibility Project, had a chance to interview her friend Janni Lehrer-Stein on September 25, 2014 at StoryCorps San Francisco. 1,706 more words

News And Guest Blog Posts

THE GENERAL BODY ENDS 18 DAY SIT-IN WITH A GROWING BASE OF FACULTY, ALUMNI, STUDENT, AND COMMUNITY SUPPORT

Today at 1:30 pm in Crouse-Hinds Hall, THE General Body met with Dean Bea Gonzalez to discuss six urgent student needs that Chancellor Syverud had refused to acknowledge in his “ 490 more words

Activism

Week 8 of Project Status Update

What did I intend on doing?

1. Continue working on prototype.

2. Start working on poster

3. Visit Frank to discuss project completion and evaluate things required to achieve success if project is not completed yet. 217 more words

Accessibility

Week 7: A journey often involves circling back, adjusting and even CHANGE!

In a transitioning point in my career, I learned a very valuable lesson from the Senior Vice President of Marketing and Sales at my company. I moved from a junior position where I was continuously supervised to a position that reported into an SVP who was busy and demanding of his time. 505 more words

Visual Design Journey