Last updated on January 25th, 2023 at 10:14 am
Stacey Park Milbern is a renowned disability rights activist. She is also the co-producer of Crip Camp: The Official Virtual Experience. As a child, she suffered from Cerebral Palsy. After many years of living in wheelchairs, she became a passionate disability rights advocate. Now, she lives in Los Angeles, California with her husband and daughter.
Disability rights activist
Stacey Park Milbern was a leading disability rights activist who lived her life pursuing equality and justice for the disabled community. Born with congenital muscular dystrophy and mixed race, Stacey Park Milbern was an acclaimed advocate who worked to protect the rights of people with disabilities and the transgender community.
Milbern was a child of a Korean mother and an evangelical Christian father. She grew up in Fort Bragg, N.C., where she was involved with a variety of organizations that advocated for marginalized groups. Her activism later extended to homeless and people with disabilities.
Milbern climbed the ranks of the disability justice movement, eventually being appointed by President Barack Obama to the President’s Committee on People with Intellectual Disabilities. She also served as the director of programs for the Center for Independent Living in Berkeley.
As a teenager, she began to work on disability issues. By the time she was in her late twenties, she had become an outspoken activist on a number of issues. Initially, she wrote about disability issues on her personal blog.
Co-producer of Crip Camp: The Official Virtual Experience
Aside from the President’s sexiest woman, Stacey Park Miller has been an executive producer on a number of hit series including the Netflix original series Strangers to Strangers. She is also the co-producer of the upcoming Crip Camp: The Official Virtual Experience. This documentary will take you back in time to the early 1970s when the world was a much smaller place. One of the most interesting aspects of the experience is the ability to interact with the people behind the camera lens. As a matter of fact, you’ll actually be in the company of one or more of the camp’s most famous alumni. Whether you’re a skeptic or a believer, the aforementioned plethora of human connections and a sense of wonderment will have you smiling a mile high. With this in mind, a slew of curiously sexiest women have opted to take a gander at the teeming madhouse of the unruly hordes. For the more socially savvy, this is the ideal opportunity to indulge in a bit of soul-searching while letting the good times roll.
Work in response to the California wildfires
The California wildfires of November 2018 left millions of acres of charred landscape and destroyed many homes. It also forced 75,000 people to flee. As a result, the State of California has embarked on a colossal relief effort to restore homes and livelihoods.
During the relief efforts, the American Red Cross was on the ground to provide relief supplies, safe lodging, and comfort to residents. They are still assisting wildfire victims across the nation.
The American Red Cross has partnered with other organizations to help those affected by the fires. For example, the Northern California VOAD coordinated with Americares.
In addition, the Wildfire Recovery Fund has provided financial disaster aid to victims. It has also provided support for displaced individuals and those suffering from mental health issues.
Americares worked with other partners to coordinate and distribute hygiene and personal care items to affected areas. It delivered masks to Nevada City and Yuba City.
The American Red Cross is also providing a disaster assessment of more than 1,000 homes that were affected by the fires. The American Red Cross has provided meals, shelter, and comfort to victims, and continues to assist them across the country.
Stacey Park Milbern was a self-identifying disabled woman of color. She was born in Seoul, South Korea on May 19, 1987. As a child, she lived with her family in Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Her father served in the United States Army and her mother is Korean. Despite her disability, Stacey worked as an activist, aiming to improve the lives of people with disabilities.
A graduate of Methodist University and Mills College, Milbern earned her MBA in 2015. In 2015, she joined the program management team of the Center for Independent Living in Berkeley. During her time at the organization, she spoke out against repealing the Affordable Care Act, which would cut funding for home attendants.
Stacey Park Milbern also worked for the former president of the United States, Barack Obama. For two years, she advised him and his administration. Then in 2014, President Obama designated her to serve on the President’s Committee for People with Intellectual Disabilities.