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I have to be totally honest with you…These last few months after my stroke have been so strange for me. I feel like a burning rose. Some days I wake up with a sense of joy and anticipation of what the day has in store for me. But some other days, I have no clue what I am doing or where I am going. Continue reading Recovery is Like a Burning Rose
Aurora Berger Photographer “Working within the frameworks of capacity and disability, I use photographs to examine and reclaim my own identity.” – Aurora Berger Aurora Berger is an award-winning photographer with visual and physical disabilities based in rural Vermont, Continue reading Enabling Artists and Entrepreneurs with Disabilities – Aurora Berger
COVID-19, sometimes called the coronavirus, has impacted the health and safety of communities around the world. We at Women Enabled International believe it is having a particular impact on women, girls, non-binary, and gender non-conforming persons with disabilities, including on Continue reading Enabling Artists and Entrepreneurs with Disabilities
by Hope Randall In my work as an advocate for greater awareness of the global burden of diarrheal disease and the tools that can help solve it, I’m struck by how illness is so often a proxy for inequitable access Continue reading Visibility and Its Real-World Implications
by Amanda McRae This week marks the 40th anniversary of the U.N. Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women (CEDAW). This human rights treaty, to which almost every country has signed on, has helped transform the Continue reading 40 Years of CEDAW: Keeping Women with Disabilities on the Agenda
by Stephanie Ortoleva Welcome to the Women Enabled International Blog – Rewriting the Narrative with WEI! This is a new space we are launching to showcase the voices, opinions, and stories of women with disabilities and allies championing the rights Continue reading A Word of Welcome