- Bodily Autonomy, Surveillance, and Access
For people with disabilities, and many other marginalized groups, yesterday’s ruling will not stop abortions from happening. But it will force people to make impossible tradeoffs between safety, access and autonomy.
- Reflections on Deafhood and A11yhood
Although it lacks a literal common language, or a name, I would argue that similar to Deafhood, there is a movement toward a disability cultural identity connected to the disability justice movement, what I chose to call A11yhood in the title to this post… Each of us must learn about our identity, and purpose, and power, as disabled people.
- CHI Trip Report: Comparing Remote, Hybrid and In Person
I truly embraced the hybrid model for CHI even when I was in New Orleans. Networking, community building and visibility, remote or in person, took many forms as a result.
- CHI Trip Report: Visualization, Fabrication and Accessibility
I regularly take notes when I attend a conference, and especially when attending for the first time after several years I have the sense that there is so much to absorb and enjoy! I have been much less consistent about doing this in a public way, but this year I’m particularly trying to do so … Continue reading CHI Trip Report: Visualization, Fabrication and Accessibility
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