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Disability Activist Challenges Media Misconceptions with 'Visibility Project'

Disability activist Alice Wong shares her life story and talks about the need to change how the mainstream media talks about disabilities.

Life Stories: Alice Wong

June 30, 201603:50

Disability activist Alice Wong, who was born with spinal muscular atrophy, talks about the misconceptions about disabilities in the mainstream media, and the need to change the narrative in how people with disabilities are portrayed.

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