When kids begin the school day by reciting “with liberty and justice for all,” does all really mean all — including people with intellectual disabilities?
That was the question asked by 136 young people from across America — students with and without intellectual disabilities — who gathered in Omaha, Neb., in July to organize for school communities where no one is invisible and everyone has a voice.
via Students stand up for justice and inclusion – First Amendment Challenge
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