Laws demand that work places, services, schools and jobs be open and accessible to all people.
Laws contain loopholes that drive millions of Americans to forgo opportunities and suffer a prejudice that goes unnoticed – except by those enduring the inequality and their families. Growing up in the 1960s, I was part of the movement for equal rights. Hmm, that violent era focused on equal rights for people of all races. I raised my kids in the 1970s when the issue at the forefront was equal rights for women. Gender and race – covered.
Yet there exists a minority who consistently slips through the cracks, unable to unite and make enough loud noise to attract the attention of the overwhelming majority.
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