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Recap: Crip Camp: The Fight for Disability & Domestic Worker Rights

Graphic with text: Crip Camp: The Fight for Disability and Domestic Workers Rights. Photographs of Judy Heumann, Ai-jen Poo and Nikki Brown Booker

This year marks the 30th Anniversary of the Americans for Disabilities Act. On July 2, Hand in Hand celebrated this landmark legislation with a virtual panel, Crip Camp: The Fight for Disability & Domestic Worker Rights, a discussion with Judy Heumann, international disability rights activist, Ai-jen Poo, Executive Director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance,

Recap: Ableism 101 Workshop

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People with Disabilities are the largest minority group in this country; one in five people in the U.S. experience life with a disability. However, as a nation we rarely discuss the struggle for policy wins and the organizing that has created those wins. Even more rare is the conversation about how ableism, the discrimation against

Recap: Anti-Racism Workshops!

Illustration of flowers with text reading: Webinar Anti-Racism 201: Race and the Care Economy.

Hand in Hand and our close partners, Caring Across Generations, recently held two anti-racism training sessions, the first time we’ve done so as an organization. As Hand in Hand grows and considers its place in the community, we recognize that it’s important for us to articulate fury at extrajudicial killings of Black people, whether by

Raising Anti-Racist Children

Black Lives Matter Instruction Library BookShelf Image

In this moment when anti-Black violence and racism is in the national spotlight, many of us are having hard conversations about events that have unfolded across the country in recent days and weeks. For those of us who are parents and caregivers, this also means having age and developmentally appropriate conversations with our kids. With the help of the Hand in Hand community, we’ve compiled the following set of resources to help you have these conversations in your families and communities.

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