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.
Michael speaks to camera from a room. On-screen text to the right reads, "We got a priorities problem". The text is in all capital letters and is white with a neon green border.

Seattle Curb Cuts: Accessible for All with Michael

Curb cuts are a relatively simple but important accessibility feature. Yet, they're still uncommon in both rural and urban areas. In his video, Michael discusses the importance of curb cuts.
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.
Clarice smiles while smiling to camera. She is wearing headphones with a mic.

Clarice’s Deaf Journey with Clarice

Clarice shares some of the devices and tools she uses as a Deaf person and offers helpful tips for hearing people to be more inclusive of Deaf folks.
Braxton sits in their wheelchair in front of their fireplace.

Wheelchairs & Societal Expectations with Braxton

Assumptions can be harmful, even if you have good intentions. Braxton shares some of the misconceptions they've faced as a person that uses a wheelchair.
Thumbnail that shows two people smiling while seated in mountain bike hand cycles. There is an ASL interpreter in the lower right. There is the Rooted in Rights logo, an open captions icon, and an audio description icon in the upper left.

Access to the Outdoors

Access and inclusion are important in the great outdoors too! In this video, people share what access to the outdoors means to them. Funded by the King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks, Wastewater Treatment Division and the Coal Creek Sewer Upgrade Project.
A small concrete cell with barred windows.

Ban Solitary

In our state’s prisons, people are being locked away in harsh conditions and deprived of human contact for months, sometimes years, in conditions the global community has deemed torture. SB 5413 aims to align Washington State with international standards and ban solitary confinement past 15 days.
Lyla stands with her cane in front of a giraffe in the giraffe barn

Giraffes Say, “Habitats for All!”

Lyla introduces her friend Dave the Giraffe from Woodland Park Zoo, and shares how people and animals of all abilities and disabilities need different types of habitats.
Hudson in front of a stuffed eagle and other science equipment

Tortoises Say, “Fun for All!”

Hudson introduces his friend Rivera the Tortoise, and talks about his day at the Zoomazium on Sensory Friendly Friday at Woodland Park Zoo, where people of all abilities and disabilities can have fun.