Category Archives: MCS/multiple chemical sensitivity

Occupy Accessibility

Disabilities might prevent someone from being physically present at Occupy actions, but we repost, repeat, and retweet your blogs, pictures, videos, and tweets. We comment, sign petitions, and participate in online forums. We help you trend and send stories to front pages. Continue reading

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Disability in the Movement: Including the Invisible

Why should occupations create access for those with chemical injury or electrical sensitivity? Out of solidarity, as well as self-preservation. Continue reading

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Corporate Control of People with Disabilities

This post was written for the December issue of the Disability Blog Carnival, taking place at my personal blog, After Gadget. Check out this big, fabulous carnival of posts relating to disability and Occupy here! This is such a huge … Continue reading

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To the Other 99%: Dump the Corporate Toxins & Let Us Join You!

by Anonymous I want to support the Occupy movement with more than Facebook shares, but I have disabling MCS/EI/EMF (multiple chemical sensitivities/environmental illness/electromagnetic field sensitivities), and public places are not accessible for people like me. They¬†are too harmful. But you … Continue reading

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