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Ryan O’Connell, writer and Star of “Special”, Candidly Talks About the Diversity of Disabled Actors in Entertainment

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“Why, in this woke-ass culture that we live in, where so much attention is given to marginalized populations, do people with disabilities still largely go ignored?”

If you don’t know who Ryan O’Connell is yet, WHAT are you doing!? Writer and star of the Stage 13 and Netflix series “Special“, Ryan is an activist and actor with cerebral palsy. In this article, he breaks down the diversity of disabled actors in the field from the beginning of entertainment to today and where he hopes it goes. And it better progress soon!

In the usual Ryan O’Connell fashion, he is straight up, raw, and exactly what people need to hear. Take the time to read the full article!

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