To Be A Problem : A Black Woman's Survival in the Racist Disability Rights Movement by Dara Baldwin

Article number: 9780807013977
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We are delighted to begin our celebration of this book and continue later this year with in person event in partnership with Detroit Disability Power. Our community will be excited to join a conversation about this inspiring and helpful book. 

Dara Baldwin is an activist, scholar, and author with over twenty years of experience in policy and social justice work. She currently runs her own equity consulting firm DMadrina, LLC. She formerly held the position of Director of National Policy for the Center for Disability Rights, Inc. (CDR). Baldwin has led multiple national and international advocacy campaigns as an expert in disability laws and policy. She works on Housing and Transportation equity, Criminal Justice, and many other issue areas
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