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Disability Rights Tag

Co-published with Insider. Long COVID disabled me 2 years ago, and the 'disabled tax' means I pay for it constantly.

National Headliner Award Winner, Best Civic/Political Affairs PodcastIn this final part of our series, we’re talking about the right to meaningful work and what happens to people who look for work while also having a disability

Society of Publication Designers Awards, Digital Medal Finalist | Due to high costs, many Americans have to ration the medicine and medical equipment they rely on.

Co-published with The GuardianElectronic visit verification systems make homecare more difficult, trap people with disabilities, and cost more than paper timesheets.

Co-published with ELLEEven with my advanced degrees and experience, I can only go so far in a system that fails to understand and accommodate people with disabilities.

Co-published with AllureGetting your talons done should be soothing, but for me, it also comes with a bolt of initial dread.

Co-published with Literary Hub. Is it possible to attend AWP if you’re poor? Alison Stine writes about the haves and have-nots of America's biggest writers' conference.

Co-published with Matter of Fact. In Jackson Hole, Wyoming, 78 percent of people living with disabilities are unemployed. But now, a local farm is working to change that.

Co-published with The Nation. The Americans with Disabilities Act was passed to ensure that we all had access to public spaces, but the implementation has not always lived up to the law.

Co-published with Here & Now. Amy Silverman's daughter Sophie wants to be a dance teacher. But opportunities for meaningful employment for people with intellectual disabilities are minimal.

Co-published with Longreads. Alison Stine confronts the ways in which being hard of hearing has made her job search more difficult.

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