Lois Curtis is a black artist and activist who fought for the right to live in the community and to be provided adequate support. Her case went to the Supreme Court in the now-famous L.C. v. Olmstead decision.
Brad Lomax, a member of the Black Panther Party, was unflinching in his advocacy around Black empowerment and disability rights.
During Black History Month, Independence Now shares stories that celebrate the lives and legacies of Black leaders who have ignited us to create a more inclusive, hopeful, and equitable world.
The Maryland Youth Leadership Forum is now accepting applications for our 2022 event happening from Thursday, June 23rd to Saturday, June 25th, 2022. This exciting and educational training program includes the opportunity to meet with Maryland leaders with or without disabilities, participate in a legislative activity via zoom, build new skills for the future, and[…]
Board membership is a wonderful opportunity to serve your community and make a difference in the lives of hundreds of people.
In part two of this blog series, learn about the accessibility features of the Google Pixel 6.
Learn about the variety of services offered by the Maryland Accessible Telecommunication Program and Maryland Relay through one consumer’s journey.
John Barrett of Mobility Solutions speaks with Independence Now about the wide variety of stairlifts and other services they provide.
One of the greatest benefits of attending an Independence Now event is the peer mentoring that occurs between consumers.
The intention of this day is to promote the rights of people with disabilities around the world.