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Telling authentic, accessible stories that empower our community to advocate for disability rights.

Rooted in Rights (RiR) produces videos and social media campaigns exclusively on disability rights issues. RiR’s team of filmmakers, writers, designers, and communicators produce videos and write content from locations around the world.  Our social media sites and website are platforms for people with disabilities, disability rights advocates, and their allies to learn, connect, and organize for change.

RiR is dedicated to making content accessible and creative at the same time. All of our creative content is made with maximum accessibility in mind so that as many of our audience members as possible can engage with the content. Our content is intended to support efforts to defend and advocate for the rights of people with disabilities while empowering our audience to create change through online and offline advocacy.

2018 Priorities addressed by this program include: 1) Awareness of Disability Pride, Identity, History, and Inclusion; 2) Self-Advocacy Support; and 3) Supported Decision Making and Alternatives to Guardianship; 4) Right to Financial Independence; 5) Access to Public Transit; 6) Right to be Rescued in an Emergency; 7) Rights of People with Invisible Disabilities; 8) Supports for Reentry to Community from Prisons, and Jails, and Treatment Facilities.

In addition, the Rooted in Rights creative team provides support to the other programs in pursuit of some of their priorities.

If you would like to suggest additions, deletions of revisions priorities, please complete the following survey.

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* 1. Name:

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* 2. Email Address:

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* 3. Which of the following best describes you? (Optional - Checking more than one is OK)

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* 4. Name of the state or territory where you live, or country if not in the United States:

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* 5. What is your race/ethnicity?  (Optional - Checking more than one is OK) We ask this question to help us ensure the feedback we receive is representative of the diverse communities DRW serves.

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* 6. What disability stories in Washington State need to be told?

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* 7. Do you use following services and devices on a regular basis? Check all that apply.

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* 8. What are some ways that we can make sure our videos, websites and social media channels are accessible to you? And to individuals with disabilities in your community who may not have the opportunity to fill out this form?

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* 9. What state or local groups should we be aware of, and could partner with us on our advocacy projects?

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* 10. In what ways could our content be more useful in your advocacy or self-advocacy efforts? Are there ways we can make content more available to individuals with disabilities in your community who may not have the opportunity to fill out this form?

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