McGill University in Canada brings awareness to living with invisible illness and the Invisible Disabilities Association. The McGill Daily, an independent publication, is “Currently the second-largest student newspaper in Canada and the most widely read.” It has been “the training ground for generations of journalists since its inception in 1911.”
In his article, Advocating for InvisAbilities, Ethan Yang discusses how people can accommodate those living with chronic illness. In the article, he writes about several specific conditions, challenges and judging people by their appearances. Yang also shares with the readers about the work of the Invisible Disabilities Association.
Advocating for invisAbilities. The McGill Daily. Ethan Yang. January 12, 2012.
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