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What disability rights taught me about privilege
By Darren Walker at LinkedIn - I was a sophomore in college when I first encountered the writing of James Baldwin. His courageous spirit, his clarion voice, and his moral imagination expanded my consciousness of what it meant to be black in America. It helped me make sense of my own experience growing up in the rural south during the 1960s.
Tax Credits to Help Seniors Stay at Home
Wheelchair ramps are among the home modifications that older adults may need to stay where they live. Several states have considered bills that would give tax credits to residents who make their homes more accessible.
Fashion's Newest Frontier: The Disabled and the Displaced
Six years ago, Maura Horton, a housewife in Raleigh, N.C., received a call from her husband, Don, the assistant football coach at North Carolina State. Mr. Horton had received a diagnosis of Parkinson's disease four years before, and symptoms were starting to worsen.

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