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Becoming Comfortable with the Uncomfortable: Researching Women’s Health Issues for Women with Physical Disabilities

By Rebecca Parten, LMSW Picture of a person in a manual wheelchair. They are wearing a green shirt, blue jeans and green sneakers. Their face is not within the frame of the picture. Photo credit: Canva “So, what do you do?” When I’m asked this question, I sometimes hesitate for a moment because the topic can […]

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Nothing about Us without Us: Three Women with Disabilities Leaving their Mark at the United Nations

By Virginia Ossana This article was first published on Medium. Este artículo está disponible en español aquí. 24 October marks the 76 anniversary of the United Nations (UN), in commemoration of the day its Charter entered into force. To celebrate this anniversary and in the spirit of amplifying the voices and the amazing work of […]

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Who Was She?

A poem by Bijal Lal First published on Medium. Two hands, Black and Brown, holding. One has rings and the fingernails painted in red and blue. The other one has a crafted bracelet in tones of brown, yellow and green. Was she an aunty? A non-descript name we assigned to older looking ladies Was she […]

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