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A Guide

How to use this site

  1. How to use the accessibility settings
  2. How to watch the videos
  3. How to use the “Search” function
  4. How to use the “News” tab
  5. How to apply for the fellowship

I. How to Use the Accessibility Settings

Video Instructions

Written Instructions for How to use the Accessibility Settings, with Screenshots Below

1. Type in disabilityjusticeproject.org.

A internet browser features the Disability Justice Project home page. A big red arrow icon points to an address bar that says "disabilityjusticeproject.org".

2. Click on “Accessibility Settings” in the top right corner. It has a white underline beneath it.

A big red arrow icon points to the "Accessibility Settings" tab on the Disability Justice Project website home page. A web accessibility icon is located to the left of "Accessibility Settings." A white underline is underneath "Accessibility Settings."

3. Once you click on “Accessibility Settings,” a tab will open showing different options: “Type Size,” “Line Spacing,” “Contrast,” and “Highlight Inputs.” Adjusting such options will change the appearance of the Disability Justice Project’s website.

The "Accessibility Settings" tab featuring the following settings: "Type size," "Line spacing," "Contrast," and "Highlight inputs."

4. To adjust the type size, change the options listed under the “Type Size” section of the “Accessibility Settings” tab. Under the “Type Size” section are three accessibility options: “DEFAULT,” “LARGE,” and “EXTRA LARGE.”

A big red arrow icon points to the "Type size" section of the "Accessibility Settings" tab. Under the "Type size" section are three additional options: "DEFAULT," "LARGE," and "EXTRA LARGE."

5. The “DEFAULT” type size is the smallest option. To choose the default type size, click on the “Type Size” icon furthest to the left, which is a black circle with the smallest white letter “A” in it. The icon has “DEFAULT” written below it.

A big red arrow icon points to the "DEFAULT" option under the "Type size" section of the "Accessibility Settings" tab. A yellow circle icon highlights the "DEFAULT" option, too. A black circle icon with a small white letter "A" in it is above the "DEFAULT" option. A second black circle outlines the icon.

6. The “LARGE” type size is the second largest option. To choose the large type size, click on the icon in the middle of the section that has a black circle with a medium-sized white letter “A” in it. The icon has “LARGE” written below it.

A big red arrow icon points to the "LARGE" setting under the "Type size" section of the "Accessibility Settings" tab. A yellow circle icon highlights the "LARGE" option, too. A black circle icon with a large white letter "A" in it is above the "LARGE" option. A second black circle outlines the icon.

7. The “EXTRA LARGE” type size is the largest option. To choose the extra large type size, click on the icon that is furthest to the right and is a black circle with a large-sized white letter “A” in it. The icon has “EXTRA LARGE” written below it.

A big red arrow icon points the "EXTRA LARGE" option under the "Type size" section of the "Accessibility Settings" tab. A yellow circle icon highlights the "EXTRA LARGE" option, too. A black circle icon with an extra large white letter "A" in it is above the "EXTRA LARGE" option. A second black circle outlines the icon.

8. To adjust the “Line spacing,” change the options listed under the line spacing section of the “Accessibility Settings” tab. Under the “Line spacing” section, there are three accessibility options: “DEFAULT,” “MORE,” and “MAX.”

A big red arrow icon points to the "Line spacing" section of the "Accessibility Settings" tab. Under the "Line spacing" section are three additional options: "DEFAULT," "MORE," and "MAX."

9. The “DEFAULT” line spacing option offers the least amount of space between text lines. To choose the “DEFAULT” option, click on the icon furthest to the left in the line spacing section that says “DEFAULT” below it. The icon is a white circle outlined in black with two black lines in the center.

A big red arrow icon points to the "DEFAULT" option under the "Line spacing" section of the "Accessibility Settings" tab. A yellow circle icon highlights the "DEFAULT" option, too. A black circle icon with two gray horizontal lines in the center is above the "DEFAULT" option. The lines in the black circle icon are a bit spaced apart. A second black circle outlines the icon.

10. The “MORE” line spacing option offers more space between text lines than the default setting. To choose the more option, click on the icon in the middle of the line spacing section that says “MORE” below it. The icon is a white circle outlined in black with two black lines in the center. The lines are spaced farther apart than those in the “DEFAULT” setting icon.

A big red arrow icon points to the "MORE" option under the "Line spacing" section of the "Accessibility Settings" tab. A black circle icon with two gray horizontal lines in the center is above the "MORE" option. The lines in the black circle icon have some space between them, spaced farther apart than those in the "DEFAULT" option. A second black circle outlines the icon.

11. The “MAX” line spacing option offers the most space between text lines. To choose the max option, click on the icon furthest to the right in the line spacing section that says “MAX” below it. The icon is a white circle outlined in black with two black lines in the center. The lines are spaced farther apart than those in the “DEFAULT” and “MORE” setting icons.

A big red arrow icon points to the "MAX" setting under the "Line spacing" section of the "Accessibility Settings" tab. A yellow circle icon highlights the "MAX" option, too. A black circle icon with two gray horizontal lines in the center is above the "MAX" option. The lines in the black circle icon have a lot of space between them, spaced farther apart than those in the "DEFAULT" and "MORE" options. A second black circle outlines the icon.

12. To adjust the “Contrast,” change the options listed under the “Contrast” section of the “Accessibility Settings” tab. Under the “Contrast” section, there are four accessibility options: “DEFAULT,” “YELLOW,” “WHITE,” and “BLUE.”

A big red arrow icon points to the "Contrast" section of the "Accessibility Settings" tab. Under the "Contrast" section are four additional options: "DEFAULT," "YELLOW," "WHITE," and "BLUE."

13. The “DEFAULT” contrast option is a black background with white text. To choose the default option, click on the icon furthest to the left in the “Contrast” section that says “DEFAULT” below it. The icon is a black circle with a white letter “A” in the center.

A big red arrow icon points to the "DEFAULT" option under the "Contrast" section of the "Accessibility Settings" tab. A yellow circle icon highlights the "DEFAULT" option, too. A black circle icon with a white letter "A"  in the center is above the "DEFAULT" option. A second black circle outlines the icon.

14. The “YELLOW” contrast option is a yellow background with black text. To choose the “YELLOW” option, click on the icon that says “YELLOW” below it. The icon is a yellow circle with a black letter “A” in the center.

A big red arrow icon points to the "YELLOW" option under the "Contrast" section of the "Accessibility Settings" tab. A yellow circle icon highlights the "YELLOW" option, too. A yellow circle icon with a black letter "A"  in the center is above the "YELLOW" option. A second black circle outlines the icon. The Disability Justice Project website homepage has a yellow background with mainly black text.

15. The “WHITE” contrast option is a white background with black text. To choose the “WHITE” option, click on the icon that says “WHITE” below it. The icon is a white circle with a black letter “A” in the center.

A big red arrow icon points to the "WHITE" option under the "Contrast" section of the "Accessibility Settings" tab. A yellow circle icon highlights the "WHITE" option, too. A white circle icon with a black letter "A" in the center is above the "WHITE" option. A second black circle outlines the icon. The Disability Justice Project has a white background with mainly black text.

16. The “BLUE” contrast option is a blue background with black text. To choose the “BLUE” option, click on the icon furthest to the right in the contrast section that says “BLUE” below it. The icon is a blue circle with a black letter “A” in the center.

A big red arrow icon points to the "BLUE" option under the "Contrast" section of the "Accessibility Settings" tab. A yellow circle icon highlights the "BLUE" option, too. A blue circle icon with a black letter "A"  in the center is above the "BLUE" option. A second black circle outlines the icon. The Disability Justice Project website homepage has a blue background with mainly black text.

17. To adjust the “Highlight Inputs,” change the options listed under the “Highlight Inputs” section of the “Accessibility Settings” tab. Under the “Highlight Inputs” section, there are two accessibility options: “NO HIGHLIGHT” and “HIGHLIGHTED.”

A big red arrow icon points to the "Highlight inputs" section of the "Accessibility Settings" tab. Under the "Highlight inputs" section are two additional options: "NO HIGHLIGHT," and "HIGHLIGHTED."

18. The “NO HIGHLIGHT” option is the default option. To select the “NO HIGHLIGHT” option, click the icon that is a black rectangle. When the “NO HIGHLIGHT” setting is selected, a black border will appear around it and become activated.

A big red arrow icon points to the "NO HIGHLIGHT" option under the "Highlight inputs" section of the "Accessibility Settings" tab. A yellow circle icon highlights the "NO HIGHLIGHT" option as well. A black rectangle icon is above the "NO HIGHLIGHT" option. A second black rectangle outlines the icon.

19. To add highlighted inputs, click the “HIGHLIGHTED” icon, which is a yellow rectangle with a black rectangle in the center. The icon has “HIGHLIGHTED” written under it.

A big red arrow icon points to the "HIGHLIGHTED" option under the "Highlight inputs" section of the "Accessibility Settings" tab. A yellow circle icon highlights the "HIGHLIGHTED" option, too. A black rectangle icon with another yellow rectangle border it is above the "NO HIGHLIGHT" option. A third black rectangle outlines the icon. All the inputs on the Disability Justice Project website homepage are highlighted in yellow.

20. To save the accessibility settings you have selected, press the “Save” button on the bottom right of the accessibility settings tab. The “Save” button is a black rectangle with white text at the center that says, “Save.”

A big red arrow icon points to the "Save" button on the bottom-right of the "Accessibility Settings" tab. The "Save" button is a black rectangle icon with white text in the center that says, "Save."

21. When your mouse is over the “Save” button, it will turn yellow and become activated.

A yellow circle icon highlights the "Save" button on the bottom-right of the "Accessibility Settings" tab. The "Save" button is a yellow rectangle icon with black text in the center that says, "Save."

After you click on the “Save” button, the “Accessibility Settings tab” will close and the accessibility settings you selected will be maintained as you browse the DJP’s website.

22. To reset the accessibility settings to the default settings, click the “Restore Default” button located toward the bottom right of the accessibility settings tab. The “Restore Default” button is a white rectangle with black text at the center that says, “Restore Default.”

A big red arrow icon points to the "Restore default" button on the bottom-right of the "Accessibility Settings" tab. The "Restore default" button is a white rectangle icon. The icon has a black border and contains black text in the center that says, "Restore default."

23. When your mouse is over the “Restore Default” button, it will turn yellow with black text, showing you can click on it. When you click on it, any changes that you made to the accessibility tab will return to the default settings.

A big yellow circle icon highlights the "Restore default" button on the bottom-right of the "Accessibility Settings" tab. The "Restore default" button is a yellow rectangle icon with black text in it that says, "Restore default."

24. You can then click on the “Save” button to close the “Accessibility Settings” tab and continue browsing the Disability Justice Project’s website.

A big yellow circle icon highlights the "Save" button on the bottom-right of the "Accessibility Settings" tab. The "Save" button is a yellow rectangle icon with black text in the center that says, "Save."

II. How to watch the videos

Video Instructions

Written Instructions for How to Watch Videos, with Screenshots Below

1. Type in disabilityjusticeproject.org.

A internet browser features the Disability Justice Project home page. A big red arrow icon points to an address bar that says "disabilityjusticeproject.org". "Disabilityjusticeproject.org" is highlighted in yellow.

2. Click on “Projects” in the top right menu. It has a yellow line underneath it.

A big red arrow icon points to the "Projects" tab on the Disability Justice Project website home page. A yellow line is underneath the word "Projects."

3. Once you’re on the “Projects” page, you can select which video you’d like to watch.

The Disability Justice Project website's "Projects" page featuring videos from fellows and contributors.

4. To select a video, click on the title. When your mouse is over a title, it will turn from white to yellow. Clicking on a video title will take you to a separate page.

A big red arrow icon points to a video title that says "Put Words into Action!" on the Disability Justice Project website's "Projects" tab. The "Put Words into Action!" title is activated in yellow font and underlined.

5. To watch a video, click on the white arrow in a red box in the middle of the video.

A big red arrow icon points to a red box with a white play button in the middle of the red box. The red box is in the middle of a YouTube player for a Disability Justice Project video. A yellow circle icon highlights the white play button in the red box.

6. If you’d like to watch a video with captions, click on the “cc” button that will appear at the bottom right of the YouTube player once the video starts playing. To turn off the captions, click on the “cc” button again.

A big red arrow icon points to the "cc" button on the bottom right corner of a YouTube player. A yellow circle icon highlights the "cc" button. There is a small text box above the "cc" button that says "Subtitles/closed captions (c)".

7. You can change the speed of a video by clicking on the gear icon next to the “cc” button, then clicking on playback speed.

A big red arrow icon points to the gear icon on the bottom right corner of a YouTube player. Another big red arrow icon points to a text box right above the gear icon containing the following list in vertical order, "Annotations" which is turned on, "Playback speed [-] Normal", "Subtitles/CC(2) [-] Off", and "Quality [-] Auto 720p". A yellow circle icon highlights the word "Normal".

8. To slow it down, select “.75,” “.5,” or “.25” above the “Normal” speed. To speed it up, select “1.25,” “1.5,” “1.75” or “2” below the “Normal” speed.

A dialog box above the bottom right corner of a YouTube player contains the following items in vertical order: "Playback speed [-] Custom" "0.25", "0.5", "0.75", "Normal", "1.25", "1.5", "1.5", "1.75", "2". There is a tick next to "Normal" and a yellow circle icon highlights "0.5".

9. If you’d like a video to play full-screen, click on the brackets icon at the bottom right of the YouTube player.

A big red arrow icon points to a brackets icon on the bottom right corner of a YouTube player. There is a yellow circle icon highlighting the brackets icon. A small text box above the brackets icon says "Full screen (f)."

10. To exit the full screen, click on the bracket icon again. The brackets icon will change, indicating that when you click on it again, the screen will be smaller.

A big red arrow icon points to an inverted brackets icon on the bottom right of a YouTube player. A yellow circle icon highlights the inverted brackets icon. A small text box above the inverted brackets icon says "Exit full screen (f)."

Most videos include audio descriptions for blind and low-vision audiences. You will hear those as the video plays. Audio descriptions are embedded and cannot be turned off.

11. For audience members who are DeafBlind, descriptive transcripts are included. There is a box titled “Descriptive Transcript” below each video.

Below a paragraph description of a video project on its own page, a text box says "Descriptive Transcript". "Descriptive Transcript" is highlighted in yellow.

12. When your mouse is over “Descriptive Transcript,” it will turn yellow and become activated.

An individual project page for a video project titled "Ending Stigma Together". Below the title is a paragraph description of the project. Below the paragraph description, a big red arrow icon points to a yellow text box containing the words "Descriptive Transcript". A yellow circle icon highlights the aforementioned phrase as well.

13. When you click on “Descriptive Transcript,” the descriptive transcript will spill open. You can scroll up and down to access it. 

Below a "Descriptive Transcript" text  box in yellow, there is a grey text box right underneath. A yellow circle icon highlights the yellow text box. The grey text box contains a video project's descriptive transcript.

14. To close the descriptive transcript, click on the “X” on the top left corner.

A big red arrow icon points to a "X" sign on the top right of a video project's descriptive transcript. A yellow circle icon highlights the "X" sign as well.

15. To select another video to watch, scroll up the page and click on the “Projects” tab again to return to the page with all of the videos.

A big red arrow icon points to the "Projects" tab at the top of a specific video project's page. There is a yellow line underneath the word "Projects."

III. How to Use the “Search” Function

Video Instructions

Written Instructions for How to Use the “Search” function, with Screenshots Below

1. Type in disabilityjusticeproject.org.

A internet browser features the Disability Justice Project home page. A big red arrow icon points to an address bar that says "disabilityjusticeproject.org". "Disabilityjusticeproject.org" is highlighted in yellow.

2. Click on “Search” in the top-right menu. It has a white line underneath it.

A big red arrow icon points to the "Search" tab on the Disability Justice Project website home page. A white line is underneath the word "Search." "Search" is in white.

3. When your mouse is over the “Search” tab, the word “Search” will turn from white to yellow and become activated.

A yellow circle icon highlights the "Search" tab on the Disability Justice Project website home page. "Search" is in yellow and has a white line underneath.

4. After you click on “Search,” a search box will appear at the top of the website.

A big red arrow icon points to the search box at the top of the Disability Justice Project website home page. Text in the search box says "Enter search term..." in gray.

5. Type in a content topic, filmmaker’s name, video, news story, or other subject matter you are interested in finding on the Disability Justice Project’s website. 

A yellow circle icon highlights the search box at the top of the Disability Justice Project website home page. Text in the search box says, "Put words into action," in black.

6. Click on the magnifying glass icon located on the right side of the search box. When the mouse is over the magnifying glass icon, it will turn yellow and become activated.

A big red arrow icon points to the "Search" button, a black magnifying glass icon in a yellow square, on the right side of the search box. The search box is at the top of the Disability Justice Project website home page. A yellow circle icon highlights the black magnifying glass icon, too.

7. After you click on the magnifying glass icon, results from the search will be generated.

A yellow circle icon highlights the title of a film, "Put Words into Action!," also in yellow. Above the title, text says, "Search results: Put words into action." "Search results:" is in red and "Put words into action" is in white. Below the title is another search result, "How to use this site."

8. Clicking on the results you want to view will take you to specific website pages.

A Disability Justice Project website page for the "Put Words into Action!" film.

9. For example, to search for a specific filmmaker, type a filmmaker’s name in the search box.

A big red arrow icon points to the search box on the Disability Justice Project website home page. Text in the search box says, "Nissy Namuyomba" in black.

10. Click the magnifying glass icon after typing a filmmaker’s name in the search box.

A big red arrow icon points to the "Search" button, a black magnifying glass icon in a yellow square, on the right side of the search box. The search box is at the top of the Disability Justice Project website home page. A yellow circle icon highlights the black magnifying glass icon, too.

11. Choose the filmmaker’s name from the search results that are generated.

A yellow circle icon highlights a DJP filmmaker's name, "Nissy Namuyomba" in yellow. Above the title, text says, "Search results: Nissy Namuyomba." "Search results:" is in red and "Put words into action" is in white. Below the title are two other results, "Promoting Inclusion Through Storytelling" and "Leaving No One Behind."

12. Clicking on the filmmaker’s name in the search results will open a page about the filmmaker, featuring their bio and other details.

A Disability Justice Project website page for filmmaker Nissy Namuyomba.

13. To close the search box, click on the black “X” located to the right of the magnifying glass icon.

A big red arrow icon points to the black "X" sign to the right of the black magnifying glass icon and at the top of the Disability Justice Project website home page.

14. When the mouse is over the “X,” the icon will turn yellow and become activated.

A big red arrow icon points to the black "X" sign in a yellow square to the right of the black magnifying glass icon and at the top Disability Justice Project website home page. A yellow circle icon highlights the "X" sign.

15. After clicking on the “X,” the search box will close.

The Disability Justice Project website home page.

IV. How to use the “News” tab

Video instructions

Written Instructions for How to Use the “News” tab, with Screenshots Below

1. Type in disabilityjusticeproject.org.

A internet browser features the Disability Justice Project home page. A big red arrow icon points to an address bar that says "disabilityjusticeproject.org". "Disabilityjusticeproject.org" is highlighted in yellow.

2. Click on the “News” tab in the top-right menu. It has a purple line underneath it. When your mouse is over “News,” the line underneath it will turn from purple to white.

A big red arrow icon points to the "News" tab on the Disability Justice Project website home page. A white line is underneath the word "News."

3. Once you’re on the “News” page, it will feature all news stories the Disability Justice Project has published.

The Disability Justice Project website's "News" page featuring articles from fellows, staff, and contributors.

4. To open a story, move your mouse over a news story’s image and click on it. The image will turn yellow.

A big red arrow icon points to an image of a news story on the Disability Justice Project's "News" page. A yellow circle icon highlights the image as well. The image is activated in yellow and consists of a young biracial woman smiling into the camera. She is posing in front of a blurred background of flowers.

5. When you click on the image or headline, you will be taken to a new page showing a full news story.

A news story on the Disability Justice's Project: "Invisible No More." The story features an image of a young biracial woman smiling into the camera. She is posing in front of a blurred background of flowers.

6. Another way to open a news story is to move your mouse over a news story’s headline and click on it. The headline will turn red.

A big red arrow icon points to a news story headline on the Disability Justice Project's "News" page. A yellow circle icon highlights the news headline as well. The headline is in red.

7. When you click a headline, you will be taken to a new page showing a full news story.

A news story on the Disability Justice's Project: "Invisible No More." The story features an image of a young biracial woman smiling into the camera. She is posing in front of a blurred background of flowers.

8. To listen to an audio version of a news story, scroll down to the audio player located underneath the headline of a news story.

A big red arrow icon points to an audio player located under a news story's title. Above the audio player, text says "Play audio version." The audio player features icons for the following buttons: "Play," "Rewind," "Forward," "Volume," "Preferences," "Faster," and "Slower."

9. Click on the “Play” button located on the left side of the audio player. The play button is a red sideways triangle icon.

A big red arrow icon points to the "Play" button in an audio player. The "Play" button is a red sideways triangle icon.

10. When your mouse is over the “Play” button, a green box appears around it and a text bubble will say, “Play.” When you click on the button, the audio will start playing.

A yellow circle icon highlights the "Play" button in an audio player. The "Play" button is a red sideways triangle icon. A gray text bubble above the button says, Play." A green square outlines the "Play" button.

11. After you click on the “Play” button on the audio player, the green box around it will turn yellow and become activated. The “Play” icon on the audio player icon will change from a sideways triangle to a “Pause” icon with two parallel lines once the audio starts.

A yellow circle icon highlights the "Pause" button in an audio player. The "Pause" button is two red parallel lines icons. A yellow square outlines the "Pause" button.

12. To pause the audio, click on the “Pause” button.

A yellow circle icon highlights the "Pause" button in an audio player. The "Pause" button is two red parallel lines icons. A yellow square outlines the "Pause" button.

13. To adjust the volume of the audio, click on the “Volume” button, a speaker icon on the right side of the audio player.

A big red arrow icon points to the "Volume" button on the right side of an audio player. The "Volume" button is a black speaker icon.

14. When your mouse is over the “Volume” icon, a green box will appear around it, and a text bubble will say, “Volume.”

A yellow circle icon highlights the "Volume" button on the right side of an audio player. The "Volume" button is a speaker icon. A gray text bubble above the button says, "Volume." A green square outlines the "Volume" button.

15. After you click on the “Volume” button, you will be able to adjust the volume by sliding the yellow bar up and down the light gray track that appears.

A yellow circle icon highlights a light gray track and a yellow button in a black rectangle located above the "Volume" button on an audio player.

16. To restart the audio, click on the “Restart” icon, which is the button showing an arrow forming a partial circle on the left side of the audio player.

A big red arrow icon points to the "Restart" button in an audio player. The "Restart" button is a partial circle with an arrow at the top end of the circle, turning to the right.

17. When your mouse is over the “Restart” icon, a green box will appear around it, and a text bubble will say “Restart.”

A yellow circle icon highlights the "Restart" button in an audio player. The "Restart" button is a partial circle with an arrow at the top end of the circle, turning to the right. A gray text bubble above the button says, "Restart." A green square outlines the "Restart" button.

18. After you click on the “Restart” button, the green box around the icon will turn yellow and become activated. The audio will restart from the beginning of the story.

A yellow circle icon highlights the "Restart" button in an audio player. The "Restart" button is a partial circle with an arrow at the top end of the circle, turning to the right. A yellow square outlines the "Restart" button.

19. You can fast forward the audio by clicking on the “Forward” icon that has two small double arrows pointing to the right on the left side of the audio player. 

A big red arrow icon points to the "Forward" button on the left side of an audio player. The "Forward" button is two small double arrow icons pointing to the right.

20. When your mouse is over the “Forward” icon, a green box will appear around it.

A yellow circle icon highlights the "Forward" button in an audio player. The "Forward" button is two small double arrow icons pointing to the right. A gray text bubble above the button says, "Forward." A green square outlines the "Forward" button.

21. After you click the “Forward” icon, the green box will turn yellow and become activated. The audio will move forward 10 seconds. You can click on the “Forward” icon again to keep fast-forwarding the audio. Each time you click on the “Forward” icon, the audio will move forward 10 seconds.

A yellow circle icon highlights the "Forward" icon in an audio player. The "Forward" button is two small double arrow icons pointing to the right. A yellow square outlines the "Forward" button.

22. You can rewind the audio by clicking on the “Rewind” icon that has two small double triangles pointing to the left on the left side of the audio player.

A big red arrow icon points to the "Rewind" button on the left side of an audio player. The "Rewind" button is two small double arrow icons pointing to the left.

23. When your mouse is over the “Rewind” icon, a green box will appear around it, and a text bubble will say “Rewind.”

A yellow circle icon highlights the "Rewind" button in an audio player. The "Rewind" button is two small double arrow icons pointing to the left. A gray text bubble above the button says, "Rewind." A green square outlines the "Rewind" button.

24. After you click on the “Rewind” icon, the green box will turn yellow and become activated. The audio will move backward 10 seconds. You can click on the “Rewind” icon again to keep rewinding the audio. Each time you click on the “Rewind” icon, the audio will move backward 10 seconds.

A yellow circle icon highlights the "Rewind" button in an audio player. The "Rewind" button is two small double arrow icons pointing to the left. A gray text bubble above the button says, "Rewind." A yellow square outlines the "Rewind" button.

25. You can slow down the audio by clicking on the black turtle icon on the left side of the audio player.

A big red arrow icon points to the "Slower" button on the bottom left side of an audio player. The "Slower" button is a black turtle icon.

26. When your mouse is over the black turtle icon, a green box will appear around it, showing you may click on the icon.

A yellow circle icon highlights the "Slower" button in an audio player. The "Slower" button is a black turtle icon. A green square outlines the "Slower" icon.

27. You can speed up the audio by clicking on the black rabbit icon located to the right of the turtle.

A big red arrow icon points to the "Faster" button on the bottom left side of an audio player. The "Faster" button is a black rabbit icon.

28. When your mouse is over the black rabbit icon, a green box will appear around it, showing you may click on the icon, and a text bubble will say “Faster.”

A yellow circle icon highlights the "Faster" button in an audio player. The "Faster" button is a black rabbit icon. A gray text bubble above the button says, "Faster." A green square outlines the "Faster" button.

29. After you click on either the turtle or rabbit icon, a yellow box will appear around them and become activated.

A yellow circle icon highlights the "Slower" button in an audio player. The "Slower" button is a black turtle icon. A yellow square outlines the "Slower" button.

30. You can click on either the turtle or rabbit icon several times to increase or decrease the audio player’s speed by 0.25x increments.

A red horizontal oval highlights text that says, "Speed: 1.75x" underneath an audio player. A yellow square highlights the "Faster" button in the audio player. The "Faster" button is a black rabbit icon. A yellow square outlines the "Faster" button.

31. To access a text version of the audio, scroll down below the audio player.

A big red arrow icon points to a paragraph underneath the sub-headline of a Disability Justice Project news story.

32. At the end of each news article, text within a white prompt box with a gray outline asks if you would like to share your own story with the Disability Justice Project. If one of our news stories inspires you to tell us about your experiences, click on the prompt box.

A big red arrow icon points to a white prompt box with a gray outline at the end of a Disability Justice Project news story. Text in the prompt box says, "Have your views on disability changed?" in black and "We want to hear your story," in red.

33. When your mouse is over the prompt box, it will turn yellow.

Text in a yellow prompt box with a gray outline says, "Have your views on disability changed?" in black and "We want to hear your story," in red.

34. When you click on the prompt box, a consent checkbox will appear beneath the prompt box. To have your story published by the Disability Justice Project, you must consent to have your story published by the DJP.

A gray prompt box with a blue outline contains text that says, "Have your views on disability changed? We want to hear your story," in black. A small white square with a gray outline is next to text that says, "I consent to have my story published by the Disability Justice Project" in black. Underneath the square and the consent statement, a red prompt box contains text that says, "TELL US YOUR STORY," in white.

35. To consent, click the small white box next to the text that says, “I consent to have my story published by the Disability Justice Project.” The box will turn blue with a white checkmark inside to show that you have consented.

A gray prompt box contains text that says, "Have your views on disability changed? We want to hear your story," in black. A yellow circle icon highlights a small blue square with a white checkmark in it. Next to the blue square, text says, "I consent to have my story published by the Disability Justice Project," in black. Underneath the square and the consent statement, a red prompt box contains text that says, "TELL US YOUR STORY" in white.

36. Once you have checked the consent box, you can click the red button that says “TELL US YOUR STORY.” When your mouse is over the orange button, it will turn yellow.

A gray prompt box contains text that says, "Have your views on disability changed? We want to hear your story" in black. A yellow circle icon highlights a small blue square with a white checkmark in it. Next to the blue square, text says, "I consent to have my story published by the Disability Justice Project," in black. Underneath the square and the consent statement, a yellow prompt box contains text that says, "TELL US YOUR STORY" in white.

37. When you click on the “TELL US YOUR STORY” button, an email will be generated in a new window. You can write your story in the email and send it to us.

An email compose window says "disabilityjusticesocialmedia@gmail.com" in the "To:" field, and "Your story" in the "Subject:" field. In the email's body, text says, "Tell us your story here. Include images or video if it will help tell the story." All text is in black.

V. How to apply for the fellowship

Below is an example of how to apply for the Disability Justice Project fellowship. Please review the “About” tab on our website and subscribe to our newsletter to stay up to date on fellowship applications and eligibility requirements.

Video instructions

Written Instructions for How to Apply for the Fellowship, with Screenshots Below

1. Type in disabilityjusticeproject.org.

A internet browser features the Disability Justice Project home page. A big red arrow icon points to an address bar that says "disabilityjusticeproject.org". "Disabilityjusticeproject.org" is highlighted in yellow.

2. Click on “About” in the top-right menu. It has a red line underneath it. When your mouse is over “About,” the line underneath it will turn from red to white.

A big red arrow icon points to the "About" tab on the Disability Justice Project website home page. A red line is underneath the word "About."

3. Once you’re on the “About” page, scroll down to the “Who can apply to DJP?” section.

A big red arrow icon points downwards on the bottom right side of the Disability Justice Project's “About” page. Text saying, "Scroll Down" is located above the arrow icon.

4. In the “Who can apply to the DJP?” section, click on the Application link and Frequently Asked Questions link. Both links are in red.

The "Who can apply to DJP?" section on the Disability Justice Project “About” page. The "Who can apply to DJP?" title is highlighted in yellow. Underneath the title is a paragraph description of the application process and the DJP  fellowship eligibility requirements. In the paragraph, "FAQ," is highlighted in yellow, and hyperlinks to the frequently asked questions page. "Application" is highlighted in yellow and hyperlinks to the application.

The application and FAQs will automatically download as word documents you can open, view and edit.

A word processor features a Disability Justice Project "Frequently Asked Questions" page.
A word processor features a Disability Justice Project fellowship application.

Please read through the FAQ page before you begin filling out your application to learn more about the Disability Justice Project, who is eligible to apply for the fellowship, what the requirements are, and what you will learn during the 12-week workshop.

5. The application has two parts. The first part should be filled out by the potential fellow.

A big red arrow icon points to text highlighted in yellow that says, "To be filled out by the applying fellow:" on a Disability Justice Project application.

6. The second part of the application must be filled out by the potential fellow’s sponsoring OPD.

A big red arrow icon points to text highlighted in yellow that says, "To be filled out by the fellow's affiliated OPD," on a Disability Justice Project application.

7. After filling out the application with your OPD, attach it to an email and send it to Disability Justice Project Founding Executive Director/Editor-in-Chief Jody Santos at jsantos@disabilityjusticeproject.org.

A big red arrow icon points to text highlighted in yellow that says, "Jody Santos at jsantos@disabilityjusticeproject.org," on a Disability Justice Project application.

8. Be sure to write “Fellowship Application” in the subject line of the email.

An email compose window that says "Fellowship Application" in the "Subject" field and "jsantos@disabilityjusticeproject" in the "To" field.