Consequences of Overturning Roe for People with Disabilities
During a recent rehearsal for an upcoming international webinar on Disability Advocacy Leadership, the following spontaneous conversation took place. While the US Supreme Court's decision to strip women of the right to an abortion is not a topic on the agenda for the webinar, the issue was raised by the panelist from India, who pointed out the potential international ramifications of the court's decision. This led to a deeper discussion about the potential impact of this decision on the rights of People with Disabilities within the United States. Did the court even consider this as they made their ruling? People in the United States now have to advocate for at least one amendment, possibly more, to effect positive change that will protect and preserve the "Land of the Free"...
While this topic is not on the agenda for the upcoming international Disability Advocacy Leadership Webinar, the video above gives a glimpse of how the panelists interact. To see, hear, and learn more, please join us next Thursday, July 7th, at 10am Eastern US time!
"Hope is not passive; hope is taking action. And hope always comes from the people"
Disability Advocacy Leadership Webinar
July 7, 10 AM Eastern US Time, Zoom Meeting
Hosted By the Rotary Disability Advisers
Meeting ID: 846 6197 6390