Deadline for submissions: February 28, 2020

The Disability Visibility Project invites Disabled Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) to submit a short pitch for a personal essay on the following themes: 

  • Reflection on what the ADA means to you (the good, bad, everything in between)
  • Your lived experiences as a disabled BIPOC 30 years after the passage of the ADA
  • Current and future concerns about disability rights and justice from your perspective
  • The work that remains within the disability community regarding diversity and intersectionality
  • Anything else you care deeply about related to disability and activism

Please answer the questions in this online survey including a description of your essay under 250 words. Details about this project can be found here:  https://disabilityvisibilityproject.com/2020/01/14/ada30incolor-call-for-stories/

Questions? Contact Andraéa LaVant, #ADA30InColor Project Coordinator

Email: alavant@lavantconsultinginc.com

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* 1. First/Last Name (or anonymous)

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* 2. Email address

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* 3. Proposed title of your essay for #ADA30InColor

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* 4. Short description of your essay (under 250 words)

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* 5. What is your disability? Check all that apply to you:

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* 6. What is your racial or ethnic identity? Check all that apply:

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* 7. What is your gender?

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* 8. Do you identify as one or more of the following: lesbian, gay, bisexual, queer or questioning, transgender, nonbinary, intersex, asexual, or with other identities not listed here (LGBQTIA+)

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* 9. What is your age?

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