Ali Stroker becomes first actress who uses wheelchair to win Tony



The New Jersey native, 21, who was paralyzed at the age of 2 in a car accident, won the award for her role in the musical “Oklahoma!”

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  1. yeah but all of the award shows have become so politically correct and forced into forced diversity, that you'll never truly know if she actually earned it or if it was just a diversity award? Example: Kodie Lee is 100% pure musical genius. if he ever wins a Grammy it will be the real deal legit. Either way I'm happy for her.

  2. Good for her, but what's hollyweirds attachment to firsts? Who cares if she's the first, acknowledge her accomplishments instead of making her look like a common diversity hire on

  3. James Troesh was one of the first wheelchair actors I ever saw. He played in Highway to heaven as well as Alan Toy. Congrats to this young lady as well.

  4. I hope this award is a genuine thing and not some token thing and then this actress will like in 5 years disappear like a lot of them have.

  5. Here's what's so funny she's just in a wheelchair. It's not like she is brain-dead or anything like that. People in wheelchairs can do things! So shocked when somebody wins a reward? There's nothing wrong with her brain. The ones that are shocked on her getting the reward are actually the ones that are putting her down by being so shocked about it. It is as if they thought she couldn't do it or something. Liberals are put down artists and don't know it.
    They pretend to support but are always shocked by blacks success and in this case a supposedly disabled person. You work hard, you get rewards in life, it's that simple.

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  7. Didn't cry last night but seeing the reactions from kids seeing themselves through her has lett me sobbing for the past hour
    I am around her age and use a chair we had no visibility in media knowing that feature generations may not feel so invisible to the rest of society makes me feel more joy than I can Express here

  8. Two legged lives matter too.. Yeah, those who're working much harder and not subjected to free educations, donations and disability checks πŸ’°

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