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The #UnstoppABLE® Blog

Real life stories, experiences, opinions and ideas that challenge barriers to full accessibility and inclusion

Six disabled people of color smile and pose in front of a concrete wall. Five people stand in the back, with the Black woman in the center holding up a chalkboard sign reading "disabled and here." A South Asian person in a wheelchair sits in front.

FEATURED ARTICLE: How To Be A Good Ally by Emily Chan (MSW, RSW)

What does it mean to stand in solidarity with the Disability Community? As a person who has a visible, physical disability, I strongly believe one way to stand in solidarity with the disabled community is being an ally. Essentially, an ally is a partner and friend for people with disabilities. Click here to read the full article.

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