What kind of social movements does disability allow us to imagine? And how can disability help us think through issues of difference, diversity, and respect in coalition politics? To address these questions, I’ve developed the “Accessibility Mapping Project” (2017), which has been featured in articles by CNET and The Philadelphia Inquirer. I have also spoken about disability and social movements as a special correspondent on NHK’s Baribara and Mobility International USA’s Ripple Effects podcast.
My ongoing research on disability and social movements is supported by a Benjamin Franklin Doctoral Fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania.