DT Alum Jason DaSilva offers hope for the mobility-challenged. Watch his Op-Doc and read his story, featured this week on the New York Times.com
“How long do we have to wait? People with disabilities should enjoy the freedoms that everyone in society deserves. This is a human rights issue.
This Op-Docs video really just looks at New York’s transportation issues. I’ve been working on finding solutions to the larger, overwhelming issue of inaccessibility and building design. In response, I’ve created AXS Map, a crowd-sourced accessibility map that gives freedom to people with mobility challenges, their friends, family and supporters. I hope it’s a small contribution to the community I am now a part of, and helps make New York a little bit easier for us to live in.”
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