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"Living with a
disability is kind of like driving around in an
old '62 Chevy Bel Air, with the Powerglide
transmission ... and no reverse. It's not all
that different. It's just that, sometimes, you
have to think about it."
you are one of those folk who come home from a
nice sweaty run or a bike ride or a pick up game,
plop down in the lazyboy and kick off from a
massive heart attack, chances are you are going
to spend some of your time living with a
disability. The amount and quality of living that
you do and enjoy will greatly depend upon what
you truly know about living with one, and, how
accessible and accommodating the world around you
happens to be at that time.
there are many, many people fighting an uphill
battle for that access and accommodation. They
are stubborn. They fight with a tenacity and
sense of urgency that comes from knowing
oppression and understanding that time matters.
They may appear selfish or self-serving, but not
If we are to make this world a better place for
everyone we must make it a better place for those
of us living with disabilities, for we are
everyone, now and someday.
This site is about enlightened self-interest,
yours, mine, everyone's; about recognizing
today's injustices and tomorrow's possibilities.
We ALL need to find connection with the struggle
for equity and respect for ALL people. Take
ownership, and work to create a more
understanding and supportive world.
There is a wealth of wisdom and knowledge out
there regarding ways of improving the world ...
our schools, businesses, communities ... for all
of us, including people living with disabilities
and much of it can be found in the voices and
stories of Disability Culture. This site is a connection
to some of those voices and stories.
I am one of you, I am one of us, and this is my
website. Welcome and Enjoy.
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