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Northern Lights, Color Perception, and Accessibility

Pink hues on the night sky with clouds above trees and a house.

Last Friday, May 10, the skies over New York State put on an unexpected show: the Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis. This phenomenon is typically reserved for more northern latitudes but, due to heightened solar activity, was visible as far south as Italy and Florida.

Despite the cloudy weather earlier in the evening, the skies cleared close to midnight, giving those who stayed up a chance to witness this rare event.

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Beyond Compliance: A Santa-Inspired Approach to Accessibility

Santa with a long white beard in a red cap putting his left arm on a shoulder of a brunette in a blue sweater. Both smile at camera.

As Disability Pride Month draws to a close, it’s essential to reflect on the significance of accessibility and inclusion for people with disabilities. Allow me to share a heartwarming experience from last year when I met Santa in Rovaniemi, Finland. This encounter beautifully illustrates the importance of going beyond mere compliance.

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