Neera Doss Burner

Neera Doss Burner

Neera Doss Burner is a mother, daughter and friend living in West Virginia. She writes about disability justice, video games and the adoptee experience in Appalachia. Her bylines include Love What Matters, Black By God, Huntington News Network and IGN Entertainment. You can find out more about Neera at her blog she’s owned and operated since 2018,

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Be careful what information you post about children on social media

By: - September 4, 2023

The internet has become a part of our daily life. Whether you access it on a computer, or a mobile device such as a cell phone or tablet, the internet has opened doors for us. Unfortunately, there can be scary surprises behind some of those doors. We pay a price to access this wealth of […]

A closeup of the blue WVU Medicine, Thomas memorial Hospital sign. Right under it is a red sign with a left arrow point to the emergency center.

Is bigger better when it comes to health care providers? 

By: - July 13, 2023

I am a West Virginian.  Although the birth certificate reads New Delhi, India as my place of birth, I became a daughter of West Virginia at 9-months-old when my parents adopted me. I have lived in these hills ever since. My father took me to fly kites on the property that is now Cabell Midland […]