Chaeli Campaign Review Article: African Journal of Disability

The Chaeli Campaign Journal Club: Strengthening evidence-based practice and contributing to practice-based evidence in under-resourced South African communities. By Rosemary Luger, Martha Geiger, Olwethu Nqevu, Ann Bullen, Faizah Toefy. This […]

Interview With Glamour Magazine

If you’re unfamiliar with Chaeli Mycroft, prepare to be inspired! Born with Cerebral Palsy, Chaeli has never let disability dismantle her dreams. Born to prove people wrong, she is no stranger […]

Chaeli’s New Book: “Unapologetically Able”

Written by South African heroine, Chaeli Mycroft, ‘Unapologetically Able’ chronicles the life, laughs and oft-unspoken vulnerabilities of those living with disability.  No stranger to breaking ground and challenging misconceptions, 27-year-old […]

The Burden of Silence

Freedom, to me, in its most basic form is the ability to openly express one’s thoughts and opinions. Although freedom manifests itself in a variety of different ways (all of […]

Poems on Freedom

Freedom Lost Are the days of freedom overAre the days of freedom deadWill the people let it happenWithout a word to be said What will it take to stir themfrom […]