A1: People with disabilities continue to be one of the most underrepresented and marginalized groups and #COVID19 has made it even more pertinent with community members around the world struggling to access basic rights.

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  • When you combine this with other intersectional identities, it becomes even more challenging and we see a lot of stigma and bias globally. To be able to recognize the community and to collectively work towards inclusion is very encouraging and makes me very optimistic. https://t.co/bTJQfoadbV

    When you combine this with other intersectional identities, it becomes even more challenging and we see a lot of stigma and bias globally. To be able to recognize the community and to collectively work towards inclusion is very encouraging and makes me very optimistic. https://t.co/bTJQfoadbV

  • @NatGeo In Ontario, Canada, people with disabilities were just last year, in full pandemic, publicly insulted by Ontario's PM (D. Ford @fordnation). They are still insulted. When lucky and not evicted from their homes, they are not just marginalized, they live in "District 9" conditions!

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