How One Camp Is Working To Make Burning Man More Accessible
“I had friends who have been
coming to Burning Man for 20 years, and they would come home with
great pictures and stories. But they always said, ‘Oh, but you could never do it
in a wheelchair,’” Dani Moore, 64, tells Refinery29. Then, in 2010, one of Moore’s friends lost their driver’s license and asked Moore if she could drive him to Burning Man in exchange for a ticket. After some research, she found the Department of Mobility, a camp designed by and for disabled Burners.