A one-of-a-king UNF adaptive toy program delivers special gifts to children with disabilities. For 4-year-old Scarlett and her family, Christmas came early -- a hot new ride for the girl who loves the color pink. Her toy car was designed to fit her just right.
The holidays are coming early for some Jacksonville children with disabilities. They’re getting special vehicles and toys modified just for them. UNF students adapted the toys as part of a class that meshes engineering and physical therapy. WJCT Public Radio talks to the students involved in the project.
Dr. JeffriAnne Wilder, UNF associate professor of sociology, discusses racisim, sexism and other interlocking oppressions that can create an "outsider-within" status for many black women in higher education as part of the TEDx Jacksonville talks.