Since some others have refused to learn from the Pandemic, I thought I would share what I had. When I watched George Floyd be lynched on national television, I was brought to tears. I was brought to tears by the terror and anger that my fellow citizens of color live with every day. But I […]
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I’m Just Getting Gas!
It was just one of those days. I was late, as usual. I finally got my butt in the car and, of course, I needed to get gas. When my Waze yelled at me for detouring to fill the tank, I yelled back at it to shut up! I pulled in, jumped out of the […]
Public School from a Disability Perspective
Maria Weinrich, a long time friend from Chapel Hill now iving in Costa Rica, asked me to make a video over Skype that she could share with her college students about what it was like growing up being ornb the year after people with disabilies were given the right to education in the US. Have […]
What Makes Life Worth Living In A Wheelchair: The Short List
Jennifer Camp is an actress and singer/songwriter living in New York City. She has performed with Open Circle in the past, including one of her original songs, and worked as Managing Director. When I first saw the TV ads for the new film Me Before You, my first thought was, “Oh wow, someone actually made […]