Wheelchair Dance Team Inspires Others to Pursue Their Dreams
These women are redefining what dancers look like. The Rollettes is a team of wheelchair dancers who travel around the world to perform and educate. Chelsie Hill says she founded the group two years after she was paralyzed in a car accident. She started searching for people on social media who could relate to her and organized a gathering. That meeting was the start of something special as the women encouraged each other to reach new heights. InsideEdition.com's Mara Montalbano has more.
Women's wheelchair basketball teams are competing in the 2019 Asia Oceania Championships in Thailand this week which they hope will set them on the road to the 2020 Paralympics in Tokyo.
Al Jazeera's Scott Heidler reports from Pattaya, Thailand, where he follows the Cambodian team as they aim to score points and change perceptions about disability in their country. The famously talented UCLA Dance Team has let its first male performer join its ranks. Men have auditioned for the UCLA dance team in previous years, but it wasn't until student Devin Mallory came along that a male performer impressed the troop enough to secure a spot. Mallory, who began dancing when he was 10 years old, said he "couldn't ask for a better opportunity." In the future, Mallory said considering doing commercial work, touring in live performances, and joining the ballet. Mike Greenberg, Louis Riddick, Bobby Carpenter and Jonathan Vilma debate whether the New England Patriots have enough time to fix their issues on offense before the playoffs. Democratic presidential candidates who failed to qualify for Thursday's primary debate are finding other ways to get their message out to the American people. CBS News 2020 Campaign reporters LaCrai Mitchell and Nicole Sganga join CBSN with the details for this edition of 2020 Daily Trail Markers.