A special project exploring the challenges people with disabilities face at the University of Maryland.
JTCC already has a wheelchair tennis program but is looking to start a team specifically for this university's students.
The researchers work at the University of Maryland’s information studies college and Trace Research and Development Center.
The event featured prayers and poetry to shed light on those with disabilities.
Emily Lucio also wants to provide opportunities for education and awareness on disability-related issues.
The event focused on spreading awareness and education about the disability community.
This series provides much-need commentary on everyday ableist microaggressions.
"It’s not the same. It's a lot harder," a student said.
“They not only started emphasizing disability, but they were fighting for it and prioritizing it."
UMD has struggled with accessibility in the past. Adding an ASL major would help.