February is Black History Month, and as a Disability Rights Advocate of African descent, it is my duty to shine a spotlight on the significance of this observance. Being a triple minority – African American, female, and disabled – has impacted how I view the world, and interact within it. Each of my identities molded me; I would not be the person that I am if I did not belong to each group. I am very proud of my racial identity; my pride is seen by being an African American Studies minor during my undergraduate years, my affiliations with historically black organizations, as well as the creation of Ramp Your Voice! Being an African American woman with a disability has not been an easy life to live, but I have learned to use every barrier and obstacle to my advantage.