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Issue 41 by Alice Wong & Katie Klabusich & Raquel Hosein & Wagatwe Wanjuki on September 6th, 2016
"We’re hoping it can change lives as well as movement and organizing work."
Person pictured behind sheets, pressing their hand against the fabric.
2015 Year in Review by Stephanie Morillo on December 16th, 2015
Protecting yourself online takes time, money and privilege.
Logo that reads "Gaming For Everyone" with icons of a planet, rocket ship, and alien.
Issue 30 by Veve Jaffa on November 23rd, 2015
Marginalized developers suffer from an industry-wide epidemic that withholds basic income from hard-working artists for the dubious privilege of exposure. But despite popular belief, we are not in dire need of exposure, petty consolations, or a tent on the outskirts of a major industry event.
Photo of the workshop space. Various members of Team Free To Pee are involved in various activities—some are bent over working on a blue plastic prototype seat, some are standing, some are sitting and some are in wheelchairs in the middle of the action.
Issue 29 by Alice Wong on November 5th, 2015
Makeathons and other similar events want to “do good” and “make the world a better place.” The people behind these events need to realize *how* they do them is as important as *why* they are doing them.
Image with a magenta background and hand-drawn in black ink the figure of a woman in a wheelchair with short hair—her mouth is open wide and there is a caption bubble in yellow that reads “To pee or not to pee, that’s NOT the question!”
Issue 29 by Alice Wong on November 4th, 2015
Very often, specialized companies create assistive technology with little input from actual users with disabilities. These products are usually institutional in look and feel, overpriced, and only reimbursable by insurance.
In-game screenshot; a character looks at the camera, wearing a vest and bowtie, leaning against a graphical case of bottles.
Issue 29 by Veve Jaffa on November 4th, 2015
Organizations run by primarily white, cis, straight founders train the majority of their focus on alleviating alienation for white cis women in cis male-centric spaces, but do little to dig deeper into other marginalized identities and access needs.
The author at Warner Bros Studios, standing on a bridge set piece for the Harry Potter movies.
Issue 28 by Daniel Freeman on October 12th, 2015
College campuses can, and should, do a better job of advocating for their students, staff and faculty with disabilities.
A black woman and girl high-fiving over a large tablet in a classroom environment.
Issue 25 by Donyae Coles on August 13th, 2015
There is a gulf between children that are able to access the tools that will help them prepare for the future, and those that simply cannot.