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Why We Need a Disability Revolution Movement in the U.K.

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I’ve lived through a number of social justice movements during my 25 trips around the sun. I’ve seen widespread marches for racial equality, the people-led push for the legalization of gay marriage, and protests to highlight the great threat of climate change.

Though each of these causes has distinct core issues, they all share one common formula: They arose from a form of injustice; for this, the people asked, and then demanded, a remedy.

Instead of languishing under the weight of inequity, the people behind these campaigns used their frustration as a tool in the dismantling of unfit systems; they drew the eyes of the public to their cause, and invited those on the outside to examine their struggle.

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