Blog with us!

The National Center for Disability, Equity, and Intersectionality invites you to blog (or vlog) with us!

General Submission Guidelines

We are looking for submissions about disability justice, healthcare, and community living inequities faced by people with disabilities and proposed solutions to make the services within these systems more equitable. We want posts that will educate, inform, empower, and challenge people to think in new ways.

We are open for submissions year-round.

Guest blog posts are usually between 500 and 1,000 words. Please include a short bio and a photograph with your submission.

The National Center for Disability, Equity, and Intersectionality team may work with you to edit your blog. Our publication schedule varies. Please allow at least one week between submission and proposed publication date.

Authors and photographers have rights. Please credit others' work in your submission and cite our blog if you republish. 

Following publication, we will share your blog post via Facebook, Twitter, and our newsletter.

Accessibility

We are committed to accessibility. Please use alt-text and captions for images. Do your best to write in plain-language. We will only post videos that are captioned.

How to Submit

Send your 500-to-1,000 word posts with a suggested title to leah.smith@cchmc.org. Include a brief bio, picture with image description, and social media accounts that you’d like to share. For examples on other blogs we have posted, click here.

Blog Index

Reflecting on a Season of Impact and Looking Ahead: Our Journey at The National Center for Disability, Equity, and Intersectionality
Update on ADA Supreme Court Case: Acheson v. Laufer
988 Suicide & Crisis Lifeline Adds American Sign Language
Disability Activists Closely Watch SCOTUS Case
Intersectionality 2.0: Growing in Our Thinking and Philosophy of Care
Lawyers, Mental Health, and the Character and Fitness Investigation
Accessibility: The Questions I’m learning to Ask
To Disclose or Not to Disclose: Online Dating, Disability, Creating Your Online Profile with Confidence
The Intersection of Ableism and Racism in Healthcare
The Intersection of Driving, Disability, and Being Black
Time Lost to Disability Management is a Health Inequity
The Paradoxical Perspective on Paxlovid
An Attempt at Reparations: California’s Forced or Involuntary Sterilization Program
To Better Understand Intersectionality and Health Justice, Look to the Experiences of People Living with HIV
Why Intersectionality is an Essential Part of Public Health
Language Access Services to Eliminate Health Disparities and Achieve Health Equity for those with Limited English Proficiency (LEP)
In Response to the Reversal of Roe v. Wade and Its Impact on People with Disabilities

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