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Do you have a story to tell about disability? We want to hear from you

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Everyone has a story to tell, and in the lead up to the International Day of Persons with Disabilities on December 3, we want you to hear your stories of life with a disability.

Who: To be eligible, you must have a disability, be over 18, and be available to work on your article. You do not need to have previous writing experience.

What: We want you to pitch an idea for a digital article about disability — it can be about anything, as long as it’s non-fiction and your original idea.

How: Tell us your idea for a story in 300 words or more in the form below or by emailing

Submissions close midnight November 30.

Disability Insider is partnering with International Disability Organizations to Celebrate the International Day of Persons with Disabilities.

For more information, visit

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