EXPLAINER
Race and Disability: A New Reckoning
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With 61 million adults in the United States living with disabilities, grant makers are examining the intersection between race and disability. They are reaching an important conclusion: advancing racial equity means including the perspectives of people of color with disabilities. How can they help increase access and opportunity for people of color who are disabled? What are barriers to racial equity and disability inclusion? Why it is important not to say, "we don't do disability work."
 
Find answers to these questions and more in Race and Disability: A New Reckoning, covering the challenges advocates for racial and disability justice encounter on their commitment to equity and inclusion.

Inside you will read:
  • How grant makers are honoring the perspectives of people of color with disabilities
  • Takeaways from early grant making efforts
  • Important resources to help educate yourself on race, disability, and inclusion
  • Key data related to racial equity and disability
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With 61 million adults in the United States living with disabilities, grant makers are examining the intersection between race and disability. They are reaching an important conclusion: advancing racial equity means including the perspectives of people of color with disabilities. How can they help increase access and opportunity for people of color who are disabled? What are barriers to racial equity and disability inclusion? And why it is important not to say, "we don't do disability work."
 
Find answers to these questions and more in Race and Disability: A New Reckoning, covering the challenges advocates for racial and disability justice encounter on their commitment to equity and inclusion.

Inside you will read:
  • How grant makers are honoring the perspectives of people of color with disabilities
  • Takeaways from early grant making efforts
  • Important resources to help educate yourself on race, disability, and inclusion
  • Key data related to racial equity and disability
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