Nielsen will begin to track representation of people with disabilities on television, where they have long been underrepresented. Read more
NBCUniversal has partnered with 1in4 to help make disability representation more diverse on and off the screen. Read more
Fortesa Latifi writes for Teen Vogue about the difficulties of being young and sick with an invisible illness or disability. Read more
Journalist and NCDJ Board Member Jason Strother writes about how rising food prices are affecting people with disabilities, who are more likely to face food insecurity. Read More
Beyoncé will alter the language in her song “Heated” days after it was released as part of her new album “Renaissance.” The track contained references to “spaz” and “spazzin.” Read the full story here.
Disabled people are almost non-existent on government and stock-photos websites, and when they are represented, they are not represented as whole individuals, but are only showed for their disability. Read the full story here.
The coronavirus pandemic has created a mass-disabling event that experts liken to HIV, polio or World War II, with millions suffering the long-term effects of infection with the coronavirus. Many have found their lives dramatically changed and are grappling with what it means to be disabled. Read the full story here.
This series will provide some context and a deeper dive into the significance and meaning of this growing Disability Economy while underscoring the fact that we have only scratched the surface of the value it can have across various business sectors. Read the full story here.
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Watch the story that was awarded the 2022 Collier Prize for State Government Accountability.