The Women’s Marches Saw the Largest Gathering of People with Disabilities

Of the estimated 3.6 million who participated in the historic women’s marches that took place across America and around the world, it’s estimated that 45,000 were people with disabilities. That is the largest gathering of people with disabilities ever, reported outlets such as Newsweek, Vox and Mic.

Kristina Rhoades shared this photo from Atlanta’s march on NM’s Facebook page.

Kristina Rhoades shared this photo from Atlanta’s march on NM’s Facebook page.

More than one woman carried a sign with this message in Wilmington, North Carolina.

More than one woman carried a sign with this message in Wilmington, North Carolina.


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Expectant parents Todd Krieg and Amanda Diesen’s baby announcement went viral as Todd answers the question so many nondisabled have for people with spinal cord injuries.

Expectant parents Todd Krieg and Amanda Diesen’s baby announcement went viral as Todd answers the question so many nondisabled have for people with spinal cord injuries.