Improving Health Outcomes for Black Women and Girls With Disabilities
Studies show that people with disabilities are more likely than people without disabilities to report having poorer health and less access to adequate health care. This is especially true for women and girls of color with disabilities, who face inequalities because of their disability status, race, and gender. The systemic and structural barriers faced by Black disabled women and girls in the health care system stem from a legacy of slavery, ongoing anti-Black racism, and ableism.
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