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Disability Rights Are Conspicuously Absent From The Women’s March Platform

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Disability rights must always have a seat at the social justice table.

IIhave been keeping up with the important work of the Women’s March on Washington since I heard the internet’s first rumblings about the event following the election of Donald Trump as president. I did not choose to get…

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Emily Ladau

Emily Ladau

I live life on wheels & write about it. Disability rights are my passion. Defender of pumpkin spice, drinker of too many chai lattes, turquoise over-enthusiast.

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