Hey Hey, everybody!!! I’m  backkkkkk! It’s been awhile and all I can say is I’m sorry!  A lot has happened over these last few weeks;  all causing me to take a step back.  I’ve still been working though and compiling content for my readers that would like to see Uniqueli […]

I’m Back!!!!!!!!! &’ Working w|Diversability….

About a month ago I got the chance to share my story of determination with Author J.B. Snow. She has written an eBook pictured below and my story is featured. Crazy right! This was an amazing opportunity for me and I’m really happy I did it. If you want to […]

An Opportunity to Share My Story

Hey everyone! In this post I’m going to tell you about an app that I first learned about before it even was launched.  I was introduced to Journey when it was just in the “testing stages” on Instagram.  At the time I knew nothing about it when someone from Journey commented […]

Journey (Apple App)

In South Amboy, New Jersey an organization called American DanceWheels Foundation uses ballroom and Latin dance to bridge the gap in social barriers between the able and disabled community.  The organization recently performed at the Pan American Games which, is the third largest sporting event in the world. Over 10 years, […]

News: Dancers in wheelchairs takes center stage

There are many things that everyone has their side on in the disabled community.  One of the biggest debates is that of whether we are to be referred to as handicapped or disabled.  Everyone has their preference.  I did too.   At one point I made an entire YouTube video dedicated […]

Disabled or Handicapped?!?!

Hey everyone,  so today while scrolling through Facebook I came across this article about 18-year-old Johileny Meran Almonte. Johileny has Cerebral Palsy, and is a  senior at Juan Morel Campos secondary  school. She is valedictorian  of her class, and  she’s been through a  considerable amount.   Beginning with  her mother’s  passing […]

News: Homeless, wheelchair bound student headed to NYU…

Contemporary western countries are arguably more inclusive than ever. In many societies, however, powerful words and terms, based on race, sexuality and disability, continue to denigrate groups considered to differ from established norms. These are words that have an inherently negative association for sectors of the community who are regularly […]

No Offense Photo Exhibit by Daniel Savage