The market entry of the iconic backpack brand is a concerted effort from a mainstream player to break into a space that has traditionally been dominated by smaller brands. Learn more.
After seeing his daughter excluded, Hartman started on a quest to create a space where no one felt left out. Check out this inspirational story.
“Please welcome Joe and Patrick,” James Esser shouted to get the crowd ready for Band Together Pittsburgh’s performances. Being center stage and under the spotlight brings comfort and joy to Joe Hnath and Patrick Lah. They played a rendition of Young Blood from Smokey Joe’s Café at the Steamworks Creative in Gibsonia. “There are so […]
“Life is for service.” Those are the words Rollins College valedictorian Elizabeth Bonker lives by – words that inspired Rollins’ most famous graduate, Mr. Fred Rogers. Bonker, who is nonspeaking and has autism, gave a remarkable address during her school’s recent commencement ceremony in Winter Park, Florida. Clad in a cap and gown decorated with flowers, Bonker explained, through a […]
I am not into sports. But I love hearing about athletes who use their platform to raise awareness and money for people with disabilities. Being a parent of a child with Down syndrome, I believe the personal stories from these athletes, who have a wide reach and recognition, help bring acceptance and show my kids […]
As part of our new series Kindness 101, Steve Hartman is sharing stories built around themes of kindness and character and the people who’ve mastered both. His latest lesson is inclusion. Source: CBS News
Ryan O’Connell’s new novel, “Just by Looking at Him,” is about a witty TV writer with cerebral palsy who’s trying to find himself. The actor and writer joined “CBS Mornings” to discuss why writing the novel helped save his life. Source: CBS News