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iPhoto caption: Prince Amponsah in After the Blackout. Photo by Elias Campbell

Disability, Represented

I cannot deny being moved by some of those performances, but that doesn’t minimize the reality of appropriation.

By Prince Amponsah / May 9, 2018
iPhoto caption: Photo by Maxime Côté

There’s More Than One Way to Climb a Wall

Every body I had seen on stage had a symmetry to it, a grace in its movement. I had neither of these qualities. My right leg is a prosthetic.

By Yousef Kadoura / Oct 27, 2017
iPhoto caption: Patricia working alone in studio at York University for an assignment. Screenshot from video.

MS Won’t Stop Me From Dancing

I didn’t know much about MS. But I did know it was something a dancer and choreographer like me shouldn’t have.

By Patricia Allison / Sep 29, 2017