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In honor of Hispanic heritage Month, we are highlighting members of the Latino community who are also members of the disability community. Victor Villaseñor was born in 1940 in Carlsbad, California and was raised on a ranch in Oceanside, California. … Continue reading
Aquí puede leer este artículo en español. Human Interest: Tracy Morgan: My daughter was afraid of me after the crash (People) It has been almost a year since the bus accident that left comedian Tracy Morgan temporarily in a wheelchair. … Continue reading
Human Interest: Meet the first model with Down syndrome to walk the runway at Fashion Week (NBC TODAY) Jamie Brewer, an actress with Down syndrome, is modeling designs by Carrie Hammer during New York Fashion Week. She is part of … Continue reading
Human Interest: To Siri, with love (The New York Times) For most people, Siri, Apple’s ”intelligent personal assistant” on the iPhone, is merely a momentary diversion. But for the author’s son, who has autism, it’s more. His practice conversation with … Continue reading
As we continue to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month, we honor two Latinos with Disabilities: Chief Justice Sonia Sotomayor and Pulitzer Prize nominated author Victor Villaseñor. Both the Chief Justice and Mr. Villaseñor have what are called “invisible disabilities”. Chief Justice … Continue reading