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“Poverty and disability go hand in hand. The poverty rate for working-age people with disabilities is nearly two and a half times higher than that for people without disabilities. Indeed, recent research finds that half of all working age adults who experience at least one year of poverty have a disability, and nearly two-thirds of those experiencing longer-term poverty have a disability. People with disabilities are also much more likely to experience material hardships—such as food insecurity; inability to pay rent, mortgage, and utilities; or not being able to get needed medical care—than people without disabilities at the same income levels. The same goes for families caring for a child with a disability.” —

"Disability is a cause and consequence of poverty"

This whole article is great, and concludes with concrete policy suggestions that would help disabled people living in poverty. Step 1: explicitly address disability as part of anti-poverty policy agendas.

(via disabilityhistory)




cynicallys:

ITS AN ADD FOR FUCKINF FUNERAL SERVICES

cynicallys:

ITS AN ADD FOR FUCKINF FUNERAL SERVICES




8oo:

tsukishima is the love of my life and we’re engaged 

8oo:

tsukishima is the love of my life and we’re engaged 




glamyorick:

#because it combines two seemingly antithetical things: #a great philosopher/icon #and soren kierkegaard




emperiocism:

headphones were attempted, headphones were abandoned

emperiocism:

headphones were attempted, headphones were abandoned




kaiami:

Stress relief doodles with TsukKi!! I love Tsuki you guys.
Done with copics and some chisel pen from Morning Glory