Upcoming
Appearances

Upcoming
Appearances

"If there were an ‘Oppression Olympics’, I would win gold: I’m Arab, I’m Muslim, I’m a woman of color, I’m divorced, I'm disabled, and I live in New Jersey!"

What's Going On?

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Need an out? Inspiration? A kick in the pants? I’m creating custom audio messages to help.

Buy a DisCo Dialing Message >

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Brown Show at the Comic Strip

Join me and Dean at The Comic Strip 4/30 @8PM ET. We had a blast last time, don’t miss it!

Tickets on sale soon.

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Yes you CAN-CAN!

Listen and laugh along with Steve and Bradford as we get to know each other.

Listen on Apple Podcasts >

You can fit in...

or you can stand out!

Bay Ann, our star in this graphic novel, is the ultimate misfit. Bay Ann’s life is far from perfect, but she glows through it anyway with a lot of help from her friends.

May Bay Ann inspire you to shine as sparkly as she does. Not because she is disabled, but because she is exactly who she wants to be.

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Fresh Comedy

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Advice You Don't Want to Hear...

So you need some advice? Think you’re ready to hear the truth? Ask below, and I will answer the best entries with a video response.

Want some Advice you Don't want to hear? Visit Palestine!

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I Write Stuff

About Palestine

The Erekat Came Back

John Kerry’s quest to bring peace to the Middle East was dealt a severe blow when Mahmoud Abbas confirmed that Saeb Erekat,...

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If by some miracle, a disabled character does exist, they are only allowed one of three tropes: “You can’t love me because I’m disabled”, “Heal me”, or “Better off dead”.

The true story of how a Muslim Jersey girl with cerebral palsy creates her own path to stardom

Voices of Disability celebrates the real stories — not the stigmas or stereotypes — of this dynamic and vibrant community of individuals.

The true story of how a Muslim Jersey girl with cerebral palsy creates her own path to stardom

If by some miracle, a disabled character does exist, they are only allowed one of three tropes: “You can’t love me because I’m disabled”, “Heal me”, or “Better off dead”.

Voices of Disability celebrates the real stories — not the stigmas or stereotypes — of this dynamic and vibrant community of individuals.

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How to Book me

To book me for a show, appearance, or date:

Contact Crista Spadafore at Creative Arts Agency (CAA)

For press inquiries:

Contact Danyell Flowers

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Sometimes I answer and it's magical. Sometimes I don't and it's still magical. Either way, magic.