The loss of disabled and chronically ill lives due to COVID-19 is no less tragic or preventable.
Aging and disabled Americans — and the workers who care for them — have a huge stake in federal budget negotiations.
Congress passed the Americans with Disabilities Act 28 years ago, but accessibility is still treated as a luxury rather than a necessity.
Despite a generally abysmal human rights record, North Korea has shown improvement in one specific area: disability rights.
Meet Jorgito in-person at the D.C. premiere of the U.S. film tour, part of the 2nd “Days of Action” (against the blockade) in Washington, DC where he reveals his story that proves societies that support human development can empower the physically challenged.