Grace Stratton

Grace is a writer for herself at www.gracegeorgia.co.nz and for other platforms.

Music
Nov 10, 2017

Talking to Emma Cooper-Williams, singer-songwriter and disability mentor

Grace Stratton talks to singer-songwriter Emma Cooper-Williams, a finalist at last night's Attitude Awards, which celebrate the achievements of people who live with disabilities.

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Society
Sep 1, 2017

The girl in the designated seat

For Auckland teenager Grace Stratton, using a wheelchair means also having to sit in one particular place on the school bus. But does that have to define her?

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Music
May 2, 2017

A plea for more all ages shows: 'Why is such a beautiful and valuable experience so rare for those under 18?'

If you're under 18 and a music fan then your choice for attending gigs legally is remarkably scant. Seventeen year old Grace Stratton makes an appeal for promoters not to forget the younger crowd.

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Society
Feb 8, 2017

‘I’ll treat you like a person because that’s what you deserve’. On disability and friendship

Grace Stratton is the 17 year old editor and founder of the youth website Letters to Corey. She's also a wheelchair user. She explains how she always felt that defined her – until one day, it didn't.

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