With Joe Biden as the presumptive Democratic nominee, some disabled advocates are anxious about whether the momentum will last.
The Americans With Disabilities Act passed in 1990, declaring equality for disabled people across the country. But activists say the work isn’t done.
It often takes decades for disabled actors to break into the entertainment industry. But why?
On the 30th anniversary of the Americans With Disabilities Act, Voices of Disability celebrates the real stories — not the stigmas or stereotypes — of this dynamic and vibrant community of individuals.
Employment remains an elusive goal for many. A recent hiring strategy may win pats on the back, but advocates fear it may pigeonhole people with disabilities.
Most accommodations that people with disabilities need in order to get from point A to point B are only available through luxury travel. Here's why traveling with a disability can sometimes come with a steep price tag.
“It shouldn’t be on Asians to prove we’re American by sacrifice,” one Twitter user wrote in response to an op-ed written by the former 2020 hopeful.
Disabled and immunocompromised people are tweeting with #HighRiskCOVID19 to explain why social distancing can mean the difference between life and death.
The forthcoming Netflix documentary spotlights a summer camp that sparked the disability rights movement in the 1970s.
HuffPost's latest "Between the Lines" episode explores the origin of identity-based fetishes and the fine line between objectifying and empowering one's partners.
“We believe that everyone has dignity and is worth investing in,” the Democratic presidential candidate told HuffPost.
As the number of coronavirus cases continues to skyrocket around the globe, so, too, are acts of racism and discrimination against Asian American people who increasingly are being blamed for a virus they had nothing to do with.
Democratic presidential hopeful Pete Buttigieg released a comprehensive new plan Saturday to increase the rights of people with disabilities.