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Philip Pauli

Washington, D.C., Sept. 14 – With 50 days left until Election Day and with many voters deciding to vote early, candidates across the political spectrum are reaching out to a previously ignored block of voters: people with disabilities. Polling conducted earlier this year showed that more than half of the electorate in the battleground (59 percent) [click to continue...]

New Tools to Be Released Washington, D.C., July 22 – As more than 6.3 million students in America with disabilities are coping with COVID-19, the national disability nonprofit RespectAbility is hosting experts and self-advocates to mark the 30th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act and to promote greater success for students with disabilities. “Thus [click to continue...]

#SNAPDeliverySavesLives Washington, D.C. July 21 – With the COVID-19 pandemic raging out of control and many resisting wearing life-saving masks, something as simple as going to the grocery store can become a life or death decision. People with disabilities and other underlying medical conditions are uniquely vulnerable to this disease and need access to safe [click to continue...]

Washington, D.C., June 21 – Throughout National LGBTQ+ Pride Month (June), the LGBTQ+ community has been reflecting on the ongoing struggle to secure, protect and expand their rights. The LGBTQ+ community and the disability community intersect in significant ways. According to a study published in 2012, fully 36 percent of women in the LGBTQ+ community [click to continue...]

Millions with Disabilities Still Forced to Choose Between Food and COVID-19 Denver, Colorado, May 19 – The disability nonprofit RespectAbility congratulates the USDA and the state of Colorado for enabling people with disabilities who rely on SNAP to avoid the high risk of shopping for food in person. The CDC reports that approximately 90 percent [click to continue...]

Millions with Disabilities Still Forced to Choose Between Food and COVID-19 Albany, New York, May 19 – The disability nonprofit RespectAbility congratulates the USDA and the state of New York for enabling people with disabilities who rely on SNAP to avoid the high risk of shopping for food in person. The CDC reports that approximately [click to continue...]

Millions with Disabilities Still Forced to Choose Between Food and COVID-19 Providence, Rhode Island, May 19 – The disability nonprofit RespectAbility congratulates the USDA and the state of Rhode Island for enabling people with disabilities who rely on SNAP to avoid the high risk of shopping for food in person. The CDC reports that approximately [click to continue...]

Millions with Disabilities Still Forced to Choose Between Food and COVID-19 Nashville, Tennessee, May 19 – The disability nonprofit RespectAbility congratulates the USDA and the state of Tennessee for enabling people with disabilities who rely on SNAP to avoid the high risk of shopping for food in person. The CDC reports that approximately 90 percent [click to continue...]

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