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Disability justice groups demand more resources in Detroit’s budget

ID: An accessible parking symbol painted on the concrete.

More than 128,000 Detroiters – or one out of five residents – have at least one disability.

Two influential disability justice groups have joined forces to launch a campaign calling for “substantial increases” in funding for people with disabilities in Detroit.

The objective of Fund Disabled Detroiters is to persuade Mayor Mike Duggan’s administration and Detroit City Council to devote more resources for people with disabilities.

Detroit Disability Power and Warrior on Wheels are leading the campaign, which runs through April.


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