By Leroy F. Moore Jr., Krip-Hop Nation LOS ANGELES — As a Black disabled activist, an athlete that competed in the 1988 Paralympics in Seoul, South Korea and the son of a former NFL player, I have closely followed the case of Brittney Griner. I have one question: Is there a connection for Ms. Griner to disability, […]Read more "Is there a Connection for Brittney Griner to Disability, Sports and Ableism?"
By Gary Norris Gray, Staff Reporter Thirty years ago on July 26, 1990, the President of the United States signed the (ADA) Americans with Disabilities Act. A civil rights law that prohibits discrimination based on disabilities. It affords similar protections against discrimination to Americans with disabilities as a Civil Right. It should be a time […]Read more "THE ADA HAS AN ENEMY IN THE WHITE HOUSE"
BY GARY NORRIS GRAY, STAFF REPORTER OAKLAND — The last week of August I visited a fast food store in Berkeley, California the so called MECCA of the disabled world. My stomach was talking and needed something to feast on. My ears got a very rude awakening. A very disturbing trend is sweeping this […]Read more "BLACK DISABLED MARGINALIZED AGAIN"