Digital Inclusion Articles

What Is The WCAG & How Does It Apply To You?

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) consist of a collection of accessibility protocols that must be followed to ensure the internet is open to everyone.

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Irene Mbari-Kirika: Bringing Inclusion to Children With Disabilities in Africa

Irene Mbari-Kirika provides assistive computer technology to blind and low-vision students in Africa with her nonprofit organization, inABLE.

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Vilissa Thompson, Creator of #DisabilityTooWhite, Brings An Intersectional Lens to Disability Advocacy

The hashtag #DisabilityTooWhite created by Vilissa Thompson brought the importance of intersectionality to the forefront of the disability rights conversation.

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Industry Spotlight Disability Advocacy

Professional Opportunities & Chance Meetings Led Tiffany A. Yu to Overcome Cultural & Physical Disability Exclusion

How a student club, investment banking internship, and a stint working for Sean “Diddy” Combs guided Tiffany A. Yu toward her role as founder of Diversability.

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Accessibility Industry Spotlight

Joe Devon, GAAD Co-Founder, Encouraged by Progress on Digital Accessibility

Ever since his now-famous blog post calling for greater awareness around digital accessibility, Joe Devon, a developer by trade, has become a fixture in the ever-growing movement.

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DEI Industry Spotlight

Inclusion Song: Jennifer Brown Works to Bring Corporations Into the Modern Arena

When Jennifer Brown’s career in music took an unexpected turn, she set out to find harmony in the workplace through diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts.

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Accessibility Industry Spotlight

Regine Gilbert Confronted a Lack of Inclusive Design in Her Industry & Paved a New Path

Regine Gilbert is an accessibility advocate, user experience (UX) designer, author, educator, and public speaker with 10 years in the technology arena.