Ali Stroker Dedicates Historic Tony Win to Kids with Disabilities: You Are 'Represented'

Jun 10, 2019 15:30


Ali Stroker Dedicates Historic Tony Win to Kids with Disabilities: You Are 'Represented' https://t.co/SDyF0a5V8V
- People (@people) June 10, 2019
Ali Stroker became the first-ever actor in a wheelchair to be nominated and win a Tony Award ( Read more... )

award show - tony awards, broadway / theatre, ableism / disability rights

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picturemegone June 10 2019, 14:01:38 UTC
WHAT THE ACTUAL FUCK!!! no ramp?

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valentineballad June 10 2019, 14:04:39 UTC
infuriating. how hard is it to build a fucking ramp, especially when you KNOW that a disabled person is a nominee?????

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picturemegone June 10 2019, 14:07:39 UTC
seriously and we are the richest country in the world but we don't give a shit smh

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ohwutevernvm June 10 2019, 14:29:29 UTC
Not just that but it's everywhere especially on public transportation. We know America CAN do better and yet.... Tsk smdh

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zoaster_toaster June 10 2019, 14:37:08 UTC
Not only that but the ways that people can get away from providing access in America despite the ADA is infuriating as fuck.

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palosantos June 10 2019, 14:08:33 UTC
Her speech was beautiful.
It’s unfortunate that people with disabilities strides like this now. God knows it isn’t because there aren’t any talented, but they don’t have the accessibility and support.

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corgismiles June 10 2019, 14:11:31 UTC
Good for her for winning but fuck the fact that there was no ramp.

I remember her from The Glee Project. She was dating Dani Shay for a while and my closeted ass was jealous af.

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