The Disability Treaty: Why Should the US Ratify?

Posted on 21 October 2013. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Rambling Justice

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For people who cannot see the images above, I am copy/pasting the text from this two-page flyer on why the U.S. should ratify the Disability Treaty further below. (Or, if you are sighted, click on each image to see it in a larger size.) You also can download the flyer in accessible PDF format.  Let me know at ashettle@patriot.net if you are still having difficulty with accessibility.  The Disability Treaty is more formally known as the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD).

Ready to take action? There are two petitions for US citizens to sign, one petition by Handicap International and the other petition at Capwiz.  But if you have a few more minutes, then please don’t stop there.  Learn more about what the Disability Treaty is, why the US should ratify, and how to take action at these  websites:

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