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“Dead End Drive” short film, long on talent

A fun sized short film “Dead End Drive” is LIVE so if you’re hungry for some entertainment, it’s just a click away. Starring ABILITY Magazine friends Tobias Forrest, Eileen Grubba and Austin Basis. Executive producer David Zimmerman and directed by Alexander Yellen. Video with Captions: Video with Audio Descriptions:

Disability Voting Rights Week! 

Disability Voting Rights Week, September 11-15, is a national nonpartisan initiative to build the power and presence of the disability vote. There are an estimated 38 million Americans with disabilities who are eligible to vote. Despite the size and power of our voting bloc, people with disabilities voted at a lower rate nationally than non-disabled voters in the ... Read more

Meet Elin, The German Sesame Street’s First Muppet with a Disability

A muppet with a disability moves into the German Sesame Street: Elin. She is a young girl who likes tinkering with tech, talks a bit much, sometimes mixes up words and uses a wheelchair. Elin is now a permanent and regularly appearing character in “der Sesamstraße” on the German TV channel Norddeutscher Rundfunk (NDR).  ... Read more

DOJ and EEOC Warn: Artificial Intelligence Tools Can Violate the ADA

The Department of Justice and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) each released a technical assistance document about disability discrimination when employers use artificial intelligence (AI) and other software tools to make employment decisions. Employers use AI in selecting employees, performance monitoring and determining pay or promotions. Computer software is used to score applicants’ ... Read more

Dean Kamen — Segway and iBOT Inventor

Circa 2002 Dean Kamen is an inventor, an entrepreneur and a tireless advocate for science and technology. His roles as inventor and advocate are intertwined—his own passion for technology and its practical uses has driven his personal determination to spread the word about technology’s virtues and by so doing to change the American culture. ... Read more

ReelAbilities Film Festival 2022

Celebrating 14 years of incredible films and events covering the diverse nature and artistic expression of disability. Take part in a tremendous week of amazing films, conversations and events available in person and virtually. Trailers, Events and Screenings are listed below: The Specials Opening Night film, THE SPECIALS, a heartwarming narrative about acceptance and ... Read more

Cortney Radocaj — Intersectionality, Publishing and Diverse Literature

 “As a member and advocate of both the queer and neurodiverse communities,” writes Cortney Radocaj, a literary agent with the Belcastro Agency, “I adore seeing works that celebrate and normalize these experiences, especially in YA” (young adult) literature. When we reached out to her, Radocaj shares the complexities of living with multiple invisible disabilities, ... Read more

Tom Steyer talks about his disability policy, climate change, and Nazi Germany

California resident and climate activist Tom Steyer is the second presidential candidate who took some time to share his policies, specifically regarding people with disabilities, with ABILITY Magazine.   Steyer discusses with ABILITY’s Chet Cooper increased funding of the ADA, community-based services, education, affordable housing, ‘visitability,’ fair pay for workers with disabilities, the health-related ... Read more


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Branding WEB AND DIGITAL MEDIA readership clients Calendars Ad Sizes (Digital & Web) Contact PRICING For more than 30 years, ABILITY Magazine has been one of the country’s leading resources for awareness building, employment and inclusion of persons with disabilities (PWDs). It has continued to shatter the myths and stereotypes associated with disabilities. In seeking ... Read more