‘Black, Disabled, and Proud’

The HBCU Disability Consortium and Association on Higher Education And Disability have teamed up to create a wonderful new resource for disabled black college students – Black, Disabled, and Proud.

Disabled people color face unique challenges – including complex social stigmas and limited access to adequate healthcare, among many others. And it’s no secret that the disability community has, historically, not done a great job of being racially inclusive or paying attention to the experiences of disabled people of color. So new initiatives like this are particularly important.

 

 

http://dredf.org/healthcare/Health-and-Health-Care-Disparities-Among-People-with-Disabilities.pdf

http://dredf.org/healthcare/Health-and-Health-Care-Disparities-Among-People-with-Disabilities.pdf

http://dredf.org/healthcare/Health-and-Health-Care-Disparities-Among-People-with-Disabilities.pdf

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