Over this past weekend, I attended the Center for Inquiry (CFI) sponsored, Women in Secularism (WiS) conference in Washington, DC. I have had a total vision impairment for about 15 years, I’ve attended a lot of conferences during that time and, I have never faced discrimination as badly as I did at this event. Approximately… Read more about The Invisible Blind Man
Earlier this week, I posted an article on this blog called “The Invisible Blind Man” that described the miserable accessibility experience my blind friend and I had at the Women in Secularism conference in Washington, DC. After posting the story, I generally received praise for the article but one blind friend of mine called me… Read more about Am I A Militant?
According to Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nothing_About_Us_Without_Us) the term “nothing about us without us”, an ancient term dating back to the Roman era, is “used to communicate the idea that no policy should be decided by any representative without the full and direct participation of members the group(s) affected by that policy.” The same tells us that this… Read more about Rant Against Disablism: Nothing About Us Without Us!
Recently, my good friend Mike Calvo appeared on Wall Street Journal Live and said a number of things that I believe are misleading and or incorrect. As a matter of disclosure, Mike and I have been good friends for a really long time. I respect Mike for the many contributions he has made to access… Read more about Rebuttal to Mike Calvo on WSJ Live
I enjoy Twitter. I use it daily to hear about news in science, skepticism, secularism, humanism and other interests. I also follow lots of friends and I’ve developed online relationships with a lot of people around the world. For one like me who spends his days at a computer, Twitter provides a fun way to… Read more about Want, Want, Want!