Customer claims Walmart gives delivery customers the worst products

‘It never fails’: Customer claims Walmart gives delivery customers ‘the worst sh*t’ after receiving ‘beat up’ pie

'We are told to give people who order the items that are unlikely to be picked in stores.'

On Jan 8, 2023 by Melody Heald

Walmart employee speaking with Uber logo above (l) messages between Uber driver and Walmart employee 'I have a service animal. I've been working all day. And the last three already cancelled without coming. And have already been reported to Uber. I can't take animals sorry You have to take a service dog It's not a pet. It's in the Uber policy' '3' (c) Service dog walking with Uber logo above (r)

‘How many Uber drivers does it take to pick up a disabled person?’: Disabled person says 3 Uber drivers canceled on them because of their service dog

'It's discrimination.'

On Nov 26, 2022 by Braden Bjella

woman greenscreen TikTok at restaurant with arms out caption 'I'll take a Cosmo, please' (l) woman greenscreen TikTok at restaurant with waitress outfit caption 'Do you know what you'd like to drink this evening? Soda? Juice?' (c) woman greenscreen TikTok at restaurant with arms out caption 'Do you want to see my ID? Make it a double!' (r)

‘Just ID me like you do everyone else’: Woman with disabilities says she’s infantilized whenever she orders alcohol at restaurants

'Tell 'em queen.'

On Oct 7, 2022 by Jack Alban

Dennis Wendy's worker smiling in kitchen

‘He can’t do the job like a normal person’: Wendy’s fires disabled employee of over 20 years, calls it an ‘unfortunate mistake’

'Really feels like a step backwards for the rights of people with disabilities.'

On Oct 7, 2022 by Jack Alban

woman drags herself through plane aisle tiktok

‘When you’ve gotta go, you’ve gotta go’: Wheelchair user has to push herself on her hands down airplane aisle to use bathroom

A petition to make accommodations mandatory has over 12,000 signatures.

On Sep 28, 2022 by Tricia Crimmins

tiktoker says american airlines is worst to fly with wheelchair tiktok

‘I got to Orlando, and my wheelchair was not here’: Customer says American Airlines forgot to put their wheelchair on flight (updated)

'American Airlines has given me a real f*cking run for my money.'

On Sep 20, 2022 by Braden Bjella

woman speaking in front of tan wall (l) Goodwill store building with sign (c) woman speaking in front of tan wall holding up fingers in air quote position (r)

‘We’re canceling Goodwill in 2022’: TikToker calls out Goodwill’s treatment of workers

'Not donating there anymore and certainly not buying from there anymore.'

On Sep 12, 2022 by Vladimir Supica

woman speaking caption 'get your doctor and HR involved, they need to provide reasonable accommodations with a confirmed medical condition' (l) Woman typing on laptop under desk caption 'POV: you're autistic and 'have' to go into office twice a week but find it hard to work there because it's bright, distracting and open plan so you asked for a low sensory room to avoid having a meltdown at work but they just told you work in the smaller open plan officeso when you're feeling overwhelmed so now you have to work under a desk in the open plan office because you have deadlines and can't leave to go home in the middle of the day because it will 'look bad'' (c) woman speaking caption 'get your doctor and HR involved, they need to provide reasonable accommodations with a confirmed medical condition' (r)(

‘POV: you’re autistic and ‘have’ to go into the office twice a week’: TikToker resorts to working under a desk after employer refused to provide proper accommodations for her disability

'If you've been through this you know how draining it is to constantly speak up for your needs.'

On Aug 8, 2022 by Tricia Crimmins

Beyoncé

Beyoncé is removing a word considered an ableist slur from a new song—the same one Lizzo removed

The word is used as an insult against people with cerebral palsy.

On Aug 1, 2022 by Michelle Jaworski

kamala harris at meeting

Republicans are mad Kamala Harris described her outfit for visually impaired people

'It's an event commemorating the Americans with Disabilities Act, you mean-spirited ghoul.'

On Jul 26, 2022 by Jacob Seitz

hand holding broken cane (l) young woman in airport (c) broken cane on bench (r)

‘You’re essentially breaking our legs, breaking our arms’: Disabled TikToker says the TSA broke her cane at airport

'I knew that this would happen to me eventually, because it happens to friends of mine every f*cking day'

On Jul 8, 2022 by Brooke Sjoberg

Walmart shopper pushing cart other shopper in aisle grabbing small dog off of floor caption 'I guess there's a first time for everything... never going to Walmart again' (l) Walmart store outside with parking lot and blue sky (c) Walmart shopper with service dog caption 'I guess there's a first time for everything... never going to Walmart again' (r)

‘This was our first and last trip to Walmart’: TikToker calls out Walmart customer whose pet dog was aggressive toward her service dog

'None of the employees in the aisle did anything!'

On Jul 1, 2022 by Melody Heald

woman in wheelchair group of men trying to assist her wheelchair up a step (arrows in red pointing to step) caption 'When accessing places one of the comments I get the most is... 'It's only one step, we can lift your wheelchair so you can get in.'' (l) woman in wheelchair group of men trying to help her up step caption 'Watch in real time as six strong men realize why 'One Step' is a big issue' (c) woman in wheelchair almost on step as men are pushing wheelchair caption 'Accessibility shouldn't look like this And moment like this can be very embarrassing and difficult mentally' (r)

‘Accessibility shouldn’t look like this’: TikToker shows how ‘only one step’ is a major issue for wheelchair users

'Six strong men realize why that 'one step' is a big issue.'

On Jun 24, 2022 by Braden Bjella

service dog sitting on rug owner on phone call caption 'Ride canceled' (l) man hands holding phone in car with Lyft logo on screen (c) man phone caption 'ADA.gov ADA law REQUIRES ride share companies (I.e Lyft) to allow trained service animals in their car. Not doing so is against federal law' (r)

‘This is such a common issue’: TikToker calls Lyft driver to confirm they’re OK with their guide dog—but driver cancels after the call

'If they do a drive-by, it's easy evidence of discrimination.'

On Jun 18, 2022 by Braden Bjella

Two women in front of a swirly background

Influencers who stutter prove you don’t need fluency to have a voice

'I try to encourage other people [who stutter] to own it and not to let their fear hold them back'

On Jun 8, 2022 by Isabel Armiento