June 19, 2019
The Lens on one organization's fight to keep serving Native American students in Seattle, what Ali Stroker's historic Tony Award win can teach us about people with disabilities, and what the neurodiversity movement is all about.
March 20, 2019
Find out what we think the future holds for the environmental movement, along with how libraries enforce biases and how the recent college admissions scandal could hurt students with disabilities.
October 3, 2018
Despite being described as “intelligent, motivated, and caring” by her sister, being a flier for George Mason University’s Division I cheerleading squad, and being involved in clubs and volunteering, college sophomore AnnCatherine Heigl—who has Down syndrome—was rejected...
August 8, 2018
More and more people are using the singular “they” to be inclusive of gender non-conforming individuals, but its use goes back further in history than some may realize. The first singular “they” ever recorded can be found...