Growing Hope Through Inclusion

The impact of an inclusive census on our community

By Chris O’Brien

Hope for equality is like a seed. Even when buried under the soils of challenge, failure, judgment, and perhaps discrimination and violence, in time, it will germinate and reach for the light again. In our local community, we see this over and over through the good

works and mighty deeds of individuals and organizations. As a Center for Independent Living, CPWD sees this nascent and sprouting hope every day in the triumphs of people with disabilities who are…

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