Thrive Advocacy: Makin' it Happen
It is important for us girls to take action for ourselves and others in the disability community. So we spent time reaching out to women online to gather perspectives on what disability advocacy means in today's world.
#ThriveAdvocacy - The Youth Influence
COMING SOON: March 26th, 2 p.m CST
Our monthly Thrive Twitter chat will be on disability advocacy and how youth culture can have an impact! Join us for a great discussion.
There are more to come! Keep checking back!
Elizabeth Heideman talks candidly about how the power of words can be an asset for advocacy.
What does it mean to be an advocate as a woman of color with a disability? Vilissa tells her personal journey and the lessons she's learned.
Alice Wong has been collecting and recording stories of events in disability history. What can we gain from history in today's world?
Self-advocacy can be a unique challenge for people with invisible disabilities. Ashley talks about what works for her.Tweet
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