This holiday season, BCIL is looking back at this past year with “12 Days of Disability Rights.” While there are many, many things to highlight, we’ve chosen 12 challenges (listed below) BCIL stepped up to fight on behalf of our community.
We hope you will join with us and post your challenges and victories! And for sure we’ll keep pushing onward!
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12 Days of Disability Rights
The right to healthcare
The right to equal transportation
The right to advocate for yourself
The right to accessible housing
The right to protest for equality
The right to petition government
The right to affordable housing
The right to serve the community
The right to demand ADA compliance
The right to live independently in the community
The right to learn to work
The right to be independent and learn from each other
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