Disability Doesn’t Need to Be Seen to Be Real
When the writer sustained long-term injuries from a car accident, she discovered the degree to which those with invisible disabilities feel penalized—in large part due to medical gender bias.
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LaVonne Elaine Roberts is a writer, editor, and educator. Her essays on mental illness, social justice, politics, feminism, and daily life have appeared in CNN, The Independent, Hippocampus, Cagibi Magazine, LIT Magazine, and other publications. Roberts is finishing “Life On My Terms,” a memoir, and interviewing authors at litmagazine.org. She is the founder of WRITE ON!, where she leads writing workshops for marginalized voices. Lavonne received an MFA in Nonfiction from The New School.
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