Disability Visibility Project

Founded in 2014 by disability rights activist Alice Wong, a medical sociologist by training, the Disability Visibility Project is "a community partnership with StoryCorps and an online community dedicated to creating, sharing, and amplifying disability media and culture." Visitors to this project will find excerpts from dozens of oral history interviews discussing different aspects of the lives and everyday experiences of people with disabilities. These interviews are organized alphabetically by the interviewees' last name and each includes a text transcript. Most of the interviews were recorded between 2014 and 2016, though a few have been added since then. This project also includes numerous blog posts and essays exploring issues such as stereotypes and representation in entertainment media, as well as written interviews with authors, artists, and activists who are active in the disability community. Additionally, the Disability Visibility Project has a podcast hosted by Alice Wong with more than 75 episodes available as of this write-up. [--SAMPLE RECORD--]
The Scout Report: Volume 26, Number 20 (May 29, 2020)
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