A new organization, Recording Artists and Music Professionals with Disabilities, or RAMPD, is working to amplify disability culture and advocate for accessibility in the music business. Read more here.
Every week The New York Times features an opinion column written by a person with a disability. This week’s essay by Rachel Kolb describes her mixed reactions to music after receiving a cochlear implant. Kolb’s column also includes a virtual reality video and animations to illustrate her sensations of seeing music and feeling vibrations. Click here to enjoy the full column.