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LINK20 members are sharing their thoughts, challenges, and tips on the COVID-19 pandemic on our new blog. Check out our latest publications below. If you would like to contribute to the blog, we would love to hear from you! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
We are excited to launch our new E-Book, Finding the Silver Lining: A LINK20 Perspective for COVID-19. This book is a collection of all the articles written by LINK20 advocates in the past few months as a response to COVID-19. We hope you enjoy reading the articles.
By Kendra Gottsleben
In the past, I have often wondered if I would be able to successfully work at a job remotely.
By James Rath
My name is James Rath and I’ve been legally blind since birth.
By Rania Abi Rafeh
On a regular day, before the pandemic, walking the streets of NYC with my physical disability felt like a high stakes video
By Lizzie Gray
2019 and 2020 were shaping up to be wonderful years.
By Sarah Horowitz
As a stereotypical over-functioner, I react to stress as a bulldozer reacts to a pile of rubble – with a powerful push and
By Jonathan Bertrand
In the wake of COVID-19 we’ve come to realize that a new day in age is upon us, as an African American male dealing
By Aaron Kaufman
The news is extremely depressing these days.
By Sarah Kim
“It’d be easier to understand me if we do the interview over video chat due to my speech impairment.
By Amani Carson
Recently LinkedIn’s Workforce Confidence Index found that over half the population would like to maintain the option to wor
By Lucy Meyer
My name is Lucy Meyer. I have cerebral palsy and graduated from high school last year.
By Larissa Martin
By definition, luxury is a state of great comfort and extravagant living.
By Jenny Sichel
Every night for the past two months, I have left my bedroom window open, because every morning the birds sing and remind me tha
By Katherine Magnoli
For as long as I can remember, I have identified with the movie the Wizard of Oz.
By Marisa Parker
For me, finding the silver lining in the coronavirus pandemic can be difficult.
By Russell Lehmann
Due to COVID-19, our world has been turned upside down.
By Kendra Muller Taylor
There has been much talk in higher education about the “unprecedented” and “uncertain” nature of our times.