Microsoft: Be your usual self (Simple Things Count, Episode 1)
Disability rights activist Emily Ladau explains how to best interact with people with disabilities—the same as with anyone else.
Vox – Consider It: What it means to be a good ally in 2019
A conversation on meaningful allyship and how to take action.
Vox: Is the Americans with Disabilities Act still effective?
The law says public spaces have to be accessible to everyone. So why is it still so hard people with disabilities to get around?
VICE: How to Treat a Person with Disabilities, According to People with Disabilities
VICE talks to people living with disabilities about the proper ways to treat someone with disabilities.
VICE: COVID-19’s Impact on Disabled People
VICE speaks with people who have physical disabilities who already experience some form of social isolation to learn about how they’re dealing with the COVID-19 restrictions on socializing and to listen to what messages they might have for able-bodied people.
Facebook Live: Women’s March on Washington
Read the transcript of A conversation on disability, intersectionality & accountability (opens in a new tab)
Rooted in Rights: A Mother’s Day message from Emily and Ellen Ladau
Emily and Ellen Ladau talk about the rights of parents with disabilities and share their story.
Call Your Girlfriend – Disability, Fragility, Vulnerability
Tiffany & Yu – Making the Disability Experience Accessible
The Heumann Perspective – “Demystifying Disability” with Ellen and Emily Ladau
WNYC’s The Takeaway – What is Disability Pride Month? Articles
New York Times
‘A Failed System’: What It’s Like to Vote With a Disability During a Pandemic PBS NewsHour
Pandemic means Americans with disabilities aren’t getting the services they need NPR
Clinton Puts Focus On 56 Million ‘Invisible’ Voters With Disabilities The Washington Post
As restaurants take over sidewalks to provide pandemic-safe dining, people with disabilities encounter barriers.
Donald Trump put disability in the spotlight, but not in the way these advocates hoped.
‘Me Before You’ has a disabled main character — but activists are angry. Here’s why. Los Angeles Review of Books
Changing the Mindset: A Conversation with Emily Ladau SELF
Why Some Disability Rights Activists Are Protesting ‘Me Before You’ The Daily Beast
Think the Pandemic Sucks? Now Imagine You Have a Disability. Fashionista
Designing for Disabilities: How Parson’s Open Style Lab is Helping Make Fashion Accessible HuffPost
What Your Disabled Friends Want You To Know About ‘Going Back To Normal’ Post-Vaccine
How To Talk To Your Kid About Disability
It’s Perfectly OK To Call A Disabled Person ‘Disabled,’ And Here’s Why Columbia Journalism Review
What journalists can do better to cover the disability beat Good Housekeeping
Parents with Disabilities Are Often Overlooked in Society Gay Mag
The Cost of Accessibility Vox
Not one 2020 candidate has a website that is accessible to the blind
Products mocked as “lazy” or “useless” are often important tools for people with disabilities Vice – Tonic
We Need to Stop Talking About Disability as a Burden
We Don’t Need Events Specifically for Disabled People CNN
Why banning plastic straws upsets people with disabilities Truthout
Most of US Wants Sex Ed in Schools. Why Isn’t It Federally Mandated and Funded?
Does “Special Ed” Serve Students? Disability Activists Say No. Undark Magazine
The Physics (and Economics, and Politics) of Wheelchairs on Planes Bloomberg Government
Airlines Duck Fines for Busting Wheelchairs, Despite Tougher Law Wall Street Journal
Twitter’s Voice Tweets Upset Users Again Over Accessibility IndieWire
It’s Hard Being Cut Off from Society? Welcome to My World Apartment Therapy
What Happens to Remote-Friendly Work Culture in the Post-Pandemic Era? TeenVogue
How to Get Disability Accommodations at School The Globe and Mail
Why journalism must be careful about health and gender 60 Minutes Overtime
The New York City Subway’s Accessibility Problem U.S. News and World Report
These 10 People Wouldn’t Give Up Their Wheelchairs If They Could BuzzFeed
13 People With Disabilities Discuss Their Post-Election Concerns Newsday
Millennial activists on Long Island: West Babylon’s Emily Ladau American Association of People with Disabilities
Announcing the 2018 AAPD Paul G. Hearne Leadership Awards The Lilith Blog
Disability Rights Activist Emily Ladau on How to Make Feminism Include Everyone Adelphi University
Inspired at Adelphi, an Activist Battles Ableism Scary Mommy
It’s Okay To Say ‘Disabled’ And Other Truths About Approaching Disability With Respect Healthline
Redefining the Beach Body: 4 Women Share Their Views HuffPost
#CripTheVote This Election Year
The #CripTheVote Movement Is Bringing Disability Rights To The 2016 Election PopSugar
These Empowering Photos Prove Beauty Isn’t One Size Fits All Women on Writing
Emily Ladau Shines a Light on Disability WXXI News
Disability rights activist visits Rochester to discuss ‘self-direction’