Calling Up Justice is fiscally sponsored by Intersection for the Arts, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, which allows us to offer you tax deductions for your contributions. Please make checks payable to Intersection for the Arts, and write “Calling Up Justice” in the memo line. This ensures that you’ll receive an acknowledgement letter for tax purposes, and your donation will be available for our project.
Creative Commons is a non-profit organization that provides a set of licenses and tools designed to enable the sharing and use of creative works while giving creators the ability to choose the level of flexibility and protection they want for their creations. Creative Commons licenses allow creators to retain copyright while allowing others to use their works under certain conditions.
As an integral part of the Kennedy Center’s Access/VSA International Network, the Leadership Exchange in Arts and Disability (LEAD) program advances the full inclusion of people with disabilities in arts and culture. With a focus on expanding the breadth and scope of accessible programming, LEAD provides an opportunity for professionals in the field to develop best practices and resources; engage in conversations with colleagues and experts from around the world; and learn practical methods for designing inclusive arts experiences and environments.
Are you ready to embark on a journey of self-reflection, growth, and creativity? Introducing the Early Words Challenge! This unique challenge combines the power of daily video engagement with the art of stream-of-consciousness journaling using the EarlyWords tool. Whether you’re a social justice advocate, a self-help enthusiast, or a book lover, this challenge is designed to spark introspection and inspire meaningful conversations.
Able Player is a free, open source HTML media player created with accessibility in mind by me, University of Washington technology accessibility specialist Terrill Thompson, and supported in part by AccessComputing. Version 4.0 was released in April and includes three important new features.
Tactile tours are a type of tour designed for individuals with visual impairments or blindness to experience and explore various places, such as museums, landmarks, theaters, or cultural sites. These tours focus on providing tactile and sensory experiences to engage participants and offer them a comprehensive understanding of the location.