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A Message From Steph

I’m a 61 y/o, medium brown-skinned, black woman with short salt & pepper standing on stage at a podium giving a speech on the importance of A.I.R. The backdrop is dark blue curtains. I’m wearing a salmon-colored jacket over a black maxi dress with gold jewelry.

Greetings, I’m Stephanae McCoy, and I extend a warm welcome to Bold Blind Beauty, an advocacy platform dedicated to sharing empowering stories from individuals navigating life on the blindness spectrum worldwide. This brand aims to honor our diverse and all-encompassing community by fostering empowerment, connections, and shattering barriers.

You can support Bold Blind Beauty’s mission, advocacy, and projects
through sponsorships, shopping at our online store,
or simply invest in our cause via PayPal.

Bold Blind Beauty embraced the acronym A.I.R. (Access, Inclusion, and Representation) as it is crucial for individuals with disabilities. Access, Inclusion, and Representation are vital for people with disabilities to not only survive but also thrive.

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A Q&A interview with Caroline Desrosiers of Scribely who discusses accessibility as it relates to web-based images and videos.

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Monthly Beauty, Catarina Rivera is a Disability Public Speaker and DEI Consultant with 14+ years of experience in the public sector.

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Representation Matters! Marta DiVito, our summer intern eloquently shares her story on why representation is so important.

What People Are Saying

Rating: 5 out of 5.


You help many people with your honest and authentic thoughts. Not just those who are sight impaired. Your words about ‘ the paradox of being strong yet fragile’ being part of the human condition is quite profound for me.


Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Heart Warming”

Your page warms my heart! I have a blind 5-year-old and she wants to do everything when she grows up! Something (like driving) she knows may not happen, but she’s positive about everything.

Mrs. Marshall

Rating: 5 out of 5.


I am legally blind, disabled, and most importantly isolated and totally misunderstood! The invisible disability no one understands…. nor can I truly explain…. Thank you for giving me a place of inclusion!



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