What I learned from dating while disabled
Millions of people worldwide are living with a disability, and too many of them feel compelled to hide or minimize it for fear of falling behind in toxic dating cultures. Disability rights advocate Julie Andrieu recounts the dating obstacles she is often forced to navigate as a person living with spinal muscular atrophy, and illuminates the path towards
a less prejudiced and more inclusive future.
How I fail at being disabled
Born with a genetic visual impairment that has no correction or cure, Susan Robinson is legally blind (or partially sighted, as she prefers it) and entitled to a label she hates: “disabled.” In this funny and personal talk, she digs at our hidden biases by explaining five ways she flips expectations of disability upside down.
How to get serious about diversity and inclusion in the workplace
Imagine a workplace where the lessons we learn about diversity actually transform the things we do, think and say outside the office. Inclusion advocate Janet Stovall shares her action plan for creating safe workplaces where people feel expected to be their unassimilated, authentic selves.