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Do you have questions about why the Census matters? Privacy concerns? Or questions about how the 2020 Census will be accessible for people with disabilities? Watch our videos in English, Spanish, or ASL and sign our pledge to complete the 2020 Census yourself.

#DisabilityCounts2020

Do you have questions about why the Census matters? Privacy concerns? Or questions about how the 2020 Census will be accessible for people with disabilities? Watch our videos in English, Spanish, or ASL and sign our pledge to complete the 2020 Census yourself.
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Disability Rights Washington Files Complaint over COVID-19 Treatment Rationing Plan in Washington State

Our parent organization, Disability Rights Washington, has filed a complaint against Washington's plan to ration #COVID19 care and how it discriminates against disabled people. The #COVID19 rationing plan would give priority to treating people who are younger and healthier and leaves those who are older and sicker—people with disabilities—to die.
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Reminder: Non-Disabled People Aren’t the Only Ones Affected by COVID-19

The following post is part of our series on perspectives from disabled and chronically ill people regarding COVID-19. This post is not intended as medical advice. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, I’ve been staring at graphics that show how to wash your hands “properly.” I’m pretty sure my hands and wrists just don’t … Continued

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COVID-19

As we navigate responding to COVID-19, we cannot leave the disability community behind. The following pieces are part of our series on perspectives from disabled and chronically ill people regarding COVID-19.   For Coronavirus resources for disabled Washingtonians, visit our resource page. You may also be interested in Disability Rights Washington’s work: AVID Jail and … Continued

Parenting Without Pity

Parenting Without Pity is a storytelling project where disabled parents draw from our own experiences of disability to help parents be better allies for their disabled children.   In the series, we ask disabled parents about their own childhoods and what they wish their parents would have known. We also ask how they identify – … Continued

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We are committed to producing the most accessible digital media we can, and to training others to do the same.   A decade ago, most of what we were sharing online was text. That shifted to images, and now is video quickly becoming the most popular method of content creation. So, how can we ensure … Continued
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