Image of Daisy walking with two friends, Daisy is in the middle of the group. On the back of the person on the left is the gay flag. On the back of the person on the right is the trans flag.

Crip Queer Pride with Daisy Wislar

So often, disabled people are bombarded with media representation, cultural narratives, and stereotypes that stigmatize disability as just an unfavorable medical condition. But this couldn’t be less true! Disability is an identity in its own right, and Daisy shares their
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Call for Storytellers!

Do you want to learn how to create your own disability advocacy video? Submit your application for the Storytellers series by Tuesday, October 1, 2019.…
Bethany is positioned with her back to a classroom background.

Deaf Access to Sex Ed with Bethany Gehman

Language barriers, inaccessible media, and ableist stigma continue to prevent Deaf youth from accessing both formal and informal opportunities for sex ed. Bethany Gehman shares her experience as a Deaf sex educator.…
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Parenting Without Pity: Resource Video Trailer

#ParentingWithoutPity is a storytelling project where disabled parents offer compassionate and frank advice and guidance to non-disabled parents of disabled children.  We want parents to celebrate their disabled children for who they are and to learn from disabled parents who…
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Audio Description in a Couple Minutes

Have you heard of this hack to make your videos accessible for blind and low vision social media users? Watch this video to learn how to Audio Describe.…
Image of an illustrated clock with the following text against a purple background: Captions in a couple minutes

Captions in a Couple Minutes

Want to know our tricks and tips for making captions for your social videos? Watch this video! #AccessibilityIsCool…
Two students on a bench grimace at the camera.

Pardon Me: Helpful, But Unhelpful – DO-IT 2019

Let's face it, people can be awkward, even with the best of intentions. Abby and Nathan share tips on what to do (and not do) when you see a disabled person that might need help.
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Pizza For All – DO-IT 2019

Everyone deserves a home slice - including people with disabilities. Make sure to include everyone in your community.
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Accommodations for Unseen Issues – DO-IT 2019

Whether you see us or not, we’re still here. Check out a new video by DO-IT Scholars about accommodations for less visible disabilities!