A red, spiral notebook and white pen against a light blue background. A white, torn off post-it note is taped to the notebook. It reads: "It's okay to not be okay."

It’s Okay Not to Be Okay – Until It’s Not

CONTENT NOTE: mental health disabilities, brief mention of suicide and suicidal ideation       Even before the COVID-19 pandemic emerged, the United States was facing a growing mental health emergency. This rapidly-growing crisis has led to mental health becoming
Artwork. A gold plaque has the following written on it in black text: "This institution has failed to provide disabled individuals with an accessible evacuation plan. In the case of an emergency, this is where my people will die. Please remember us. Please remember me."

In the Stairwell, We Will Die

During my sophomore year of college, I wrote my will. That year was filled with trauma. I’d noticed a constant ache in my lower back that soon trickled down my legs and into my feet. They started to look like
Miles speaks to camera from his bedroom. He is wearing a t-shirt with the University of Washington logo on it, which looks like a royal purple capital letter W with a gold border.

Reasonable Accommodations with Miles

In his video, Miles shares why reasonable accommodations are important for students.
Manuel speaks to camera while seated on a park bench.

A Mix of ADHD and Autism in a Nutshell with Manwel

Everyone has their own ways of releasing their energy and expressing themselves. Manwel talks about why people should have compassion towards each other.
A drawing of the globe with a jagged mouth.

DO-IT 2020 – Carlin

"In the time of online, how can I make my voice heard?" Carlin shares an original poem about their experience with virtual learning during the COVID19 pandemic.