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Belo Cipriani
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Award-winning author, freelance journalist, disability advocate, and spokesperson for Guide Dogs for the Blind and 100 Percent Wine.
Award-winning author, freelance journalist, disability advocate, and spokesperson for Guide Dogs for the Blind and 100 Percent Wine.

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Having a disability does not prevent anyone from being a capable and loving parent. Yet, it does present a set of unique challenges. Read more in my latest column for the +Huffington Post!

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After a field trip to the +Perkins School for the Blind in Watertown, MA, +Nuvu Studio students were inspired to create tools that would help #blind students with cerebral palsy to better manage their ocular prosthetics. Read more on my column for +The Huffington Post!

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Sharing my latest column for the Bay Area Reporter... about the disability community's outrage over a recent +60 Minutes segment, in which correspondent Anderson Cooper interviewed allegedly corrupt attorneys whose get-rich plots involved visiting businesses with the sole purpose of suing them for not being ADA compliant.

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Marta Russell (1951-2013) was a California-based writer and disability rights advocate best known for her thought-provoking book 'Beyond Ramps: Disability at the End of the Social Contract' – a look at the marginalization of people with disabilities in the labor market.

Read more in my latest column for the Bay Area Reporter!

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Enjoyed chatting with +KARE 11 about my memoir, Blind, my role as a disability advocate, and more! Click to watch the interview.

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For three decades, the international disability film festival Superfest has given both emerging and established filmmakers a place to present edgy and new perspectives on disability on the silver screen.

Check it out on 10/22 and 10/23 in Berkeley and SF!

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While sex and disability are two topics rarely discussed together in popular culture, thanks to dating and hookup websites, people with disabilities are finding communities where they can not only chat about sex, but also enjoy the occasional booty call.

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