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The Inequalities Faced by People Living With Disabilities

Two recent cases have raised the question: is society inclusive enough for disabled people? Becca Meyers, a three-time gold medalist swimmer, who is blind and deaf, pulled out of Tokyo’s Paralympic Games after her request for a personal care assistant was denied. Also, Walmart was told to pay $125 million to a woman with Down syndrome for unfair dismissal, after refusing to return her original hours. Read more about the inequalities disabled people face and what accessibility means to them.

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The Inequalities Faced by People Living With Disabilities

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