s.e. smith

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s.e. smith

is a Northern California–based journalist, essayist, and editor whose work on disability, culture, and social attitudes has appeared in The Washington Post, Time, The Guardian, Rolling Stone, Esquire, and Vice, and anthologies such as Body Language (Catapult, 2022). They are the recipient of a 2020 National Magazine Award. They speak English, and are a member of the Trans Journalists Association and the Freelancers Union.

Articles By This Author
A digital illustration by CK Nosun features the smiling face of a young, black, wheelchair user with natural hair. Behind this figure is a group of activists for disabled rights, including someone holding a sign reading "No body is disposable."
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Reworking Remote
Making workplaces more inclusive requires normalizing accommodations like those offered at the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.