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People of Color with IDD and Disparities in Health Care

In 2021, the Centers for Disease Control declared racism a serious threat to public health. For people of color with disabilities, the threat is dire – they face multiple barriers to health care. Unique Royster is a young Black woman with a disability. She and her mother Irene Kelley faced disparities in accessing health care […]

October’s Minute with Molly

This month we are pleased to commemorate the contributions of people with disabilities in America’s workforce. National Disability Employment Awareness Month, NDEAM, is an opportunity to share the importance of ensuring people with disabilities have full access to employment and community involvement.  Inside you will find some inspiring stories and easy access tools to join […]

Mask Mandate Preliminary Injunction Continues to Protect Iowa Children

A federal district court today granted a preliminary injunction in our mask mandate lawsuit, blocking enforcement of Iowa’s law prohibiting schools from requiring facemasks. Previously, the court had issued and then extended a Temporary Restraining Order (TRO), which also blocked enforcement of this harmful law. A preliminary injunction will stay in place as the lawsuit […]

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