Earlier this year, as the Washington state Legislature considered a bill that would allow Seattle to use traffic cameras to enforce bus-only lanes and crosswalks.
GRAY talks to three pioneering individuals who are changing both the way we approach design and who can approach it.
Michael Gravante loves theater. The high school senior has been acting in local performances since he was in first grade and he plans pursue a theater major when he goes to college next year. His mother, Elaine Gravante, describes him as a walking, talking Broadway encyclopedia. But Michael’s autism spectrum disorder makes some theater experiences inaccessible to him.
28- year-old San Francisco Bay area resident, Bex, was born and raised in Los Angeles, and is the only deaf person in her family. Bex explains the daily obstacles of making it in the art world for someone with a disability.