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People with Disabilities in Tennessee Now Can Avoid COVID-19 by Getting Groceries Delivered Nashville, Tennessee, June 10 – As the summer begins and the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the disability nonprofit RespectAbility congratulates the leaders of Tennessee for enabling people with disabilities who rely on SNAP to avoid the high risk of shopping for food in [click to continue...]

People with Disabilities in Virginia Now Can Avoid COVID-19 by Getting Groceries Delivered Richmond, Virginia, June 9 – As the summer begins and the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the disability nonprofit RespectAbility congratulates the leaders of the Old Dominion State for enabling people with disabilities who rely on SNAP to avoid the high risk of shopping [click to continue...]

People with Disabilities in Georgia Now Can Avoid COVID-19 by Getting Groceries Delivered Atlanta, Georgia, June 9 – As the summer begins and the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the disability nonprofit RespectAbility congratulates the leaders of Georgia for enabling people with disabilities who rely on SNAP to avoid the high risk of shopping for food in [click to continue...]

“In less than six weeks, amidst an unprecedented situation, USDA has expanded SNAP online purchasing to 36 states and the District of Columbia – nearly three-quarters of the states, covering 90% of SNAP households.” Washington, D.C., May 22 – On Wednesday, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) announced that 90% of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance [click to continue...]

For some people, Valentine’s Day is a day to celebrate the one you love. For others, the day is a commercial holiday that either causes financial pressure or feelings of loneliness. For me, it’s the anniversary of my first sexual assault. Since the #MeToo movement came to light in 2017, the world has learned how [click to continue...]

Rockville, Maryland, Feb. 19 – Steve Rabinowitz, former White House director of design and production under the Clinton administration, spoke to RespectAbility’s staff and National Leadership Fellows about his incredible career in political communications. From campaign trail war stories to comedic tales of Air Force One, he entertained and engaged the room, while sprinkling nuggets [click to continue...]

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