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Detroit Disability Power's mission is to leverage and build the organizing and political power of the disability community to ensure the full inclusion of people with disabilities in Metro Detroit.
Who We Are
We are a diverse community coming together across visible and hidden disabilities, race, ethnicity, age, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship and economic status to ensure the full inclusion of people with disabilities in Metro Detroit.
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Image description: A banner held by many disability justice warriors reads "Interdependence is Survival," a quote and call to action by Naomi Ortiz. The phrase "Disability Justice is Racial Justice is Environmental Justice" follows. This group of two dozen disabled people and caregivers pose in front an inspiring mural of a child holding flowers in their fist.
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