The Women's March movement often touts inclusiveness, but not everyone feels like their voice is properly heard. This is what women with disabilities told us at the 2018 Women's March "Power to the Polls" in Chicago.
Women With Disabilities Are More Than Ready To Be Heard
At the 2018 Women's March Chicago, we talked to women with disabilities about the issues important to them.
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