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    A Conversation on Disability in America

    Roughly one out of every five people in the United States has a disability, making it the largest minority group in the country. But even with the sheer numbers, the population is regularly overlooked and rarely talked about. Over the past few decades, the country’s public school systems have made strides in terms of inclusion, but once they become adults, Americans with disabilities are still regularly denied a place at the table. Learn how you can be part of the solution by creating more inclusive neighborhoods, workforces and communities.

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    We Were Promised Inclusion: A Conversation on Disability in America

    Americans with a disability are the largest minority group in the country, but they're regularly denied a place at the table.

    Micaela Connery
    Founder, The Kelsey; Mitchell Scholar, University College Dublin; 2012 BHSI Fellow
    Tim Harris
    Restaurateur; Founder, Tim's Big Heart Foundation
    Anastasia Somoza
    Speaker & Consultant, International Disability Rights Advocate
    Benro Ogunyipe
    Accessibility Specialist, Illinois Department of Human Services

    Roughly one out of every five people in the United States has a disability, making it the largest minority group in the country. But even with the sheer numbers, the population is regularly overlooked and rarely talked about. Over the past few decades, the country’s public school systems have made strides in terms of inclusion, but once they become adults, Americans with disabilities are still regularly denied a place at the table. Learn how you can be part of the solution by creating more inclusive neighborhoods, workforces and communities.