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Incredible photos of Tesla’s next-gen Roadster surface online

Posted by on Oct 31, 2018 in Blog | Comments Off on Incredible photos of Tesla’s next-gen Roadster surface online

Source:  Yoni Heisler,BGR News Mon, Oct 29 6:04 PM EDT It’s an exceedingly busy time for Tesla these days. At the same time that the company continues to ramp up Model 3 production, the company within the next two years will also start production on the Tesla Semi and a crossover version of the Model 3 dubbed the Model Y. That said, the most exciting new car Tesla has in the works is without question the company’s next-gen Roadster. Originally unveiled as a surprise announcement during the company’s Tesla Semi introduction a year ago, the second iteration of the Tesla Roadster is a bonafide...

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It’s Time for a National Museum of Disability

Posted by on Oct 30, 2018 in Blog | Comments Off on It’s Time for a National Museum of Disability

Source:  New York Times/September 05, 2018 By Elianna Gerut, Sarah Levin, Daniel Rabinovitz, Gabe Rosen and Ben Schwartz The authors are 12th graders at Gann Academy in Waltham, Mass. WALTHAM, Mass. — Like most high school students, we have spent years studying American history — from the cultures of the Native Americans to the Revolutionary War, right up to the 21st century. Yet when we look closely at the story of who we are as a nation, we find little, if anything, about the history of people with disabilities. This is not surprising. The extent of what most Americans know about...

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Disabled Women’s Equal Pay Struggles Often Go Unheard — But You Can Help Include Them

Posted by on Apr 26, 2018 in Blog | Comments Off on Disabled Women’s Equal Pay Struggles Often Go Unheard — But You Can Help Include Them

Source:  Bustle.com / April 2018 Tuesday marks Equal Pay Day in the United States — but something is still missing from the conversation. Yes, it’s crucial that we highlight the too-many inequalities that face women. But it’s just as important to ensure that these conversations reflect the experiences of all women, including women with disabilities. Women with disabilities face a striking wage gap, too. The median pay for women with disabilities is 72 cents for every dollar earned by men with disabilities. And in 2016, an American Association of University Women report found that...

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