- 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
- A month of new Abelist Experiences
This month, I have had a very compressed, and diverse experience of ableist and discriminatory responses to my newest disability…
Jennifer Mankoff | University of Washington