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Since the 1950s, prom photos have been bellwethers of a changing America. At one high school just outside New York City, the prom is still the main event.
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My black, middle-class upbringing demanded that losing an arm at 10 would be no life-altering tragedy.
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Christine Sun Kim discusses her experimental, sensory-rich process — and her favorite shoes to wear in the studio.
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Are we writing for other disabled people, for the nondisabled, or for everyone? The work of these poets speaks for itself.
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Recently revealed as the creator of the online persona StalinGulag, Aleksandr Gorbunov has attracted a huge following for his scathing commentary.
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Disabled passengers have long complained that Access-A-Ride service is poor. The transit agency has introduced apps to make scheduling easier.
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A group of Indonesians have begun translating the Quran into sign language, helping millions of deaf Muslims get access to their holiest book for the first time.
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Readers in some of the 22 states where measles have been diagnosed this year discuss how the fear of catching the disease is affecting their daily lives.
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At a gym in Queens, Donahue Fields is training people and laying the foundation for a new sport: wheelchair boxing.
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A new dental center is built to welcome patients with special needs and those in wheelchairs, who often run into obstacles elsewhere.
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