People with disabilities at work

If you missed this guest opinion piece in The New York Times, My Daughter Expects to Work; Will She Make Only $3.35 an Hour? I recommend taking a moment to read it.

writer and professor at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio, writes beautifully about fair pay and more effectively supporting people with disabilities in the mainstream workforce.

“If my daughter, who has Down syndrome, can imagine herself working in a job that allows her to participate in her community and gain independence,” she writes, “then why can’t employers do the same?”

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