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Disability rights don’t have to clash with environmental responsibility

By Michelle Hewitt, PhD Candidate, Interdisciplinary Studies, Community Engagement, Social Change and Equity, University of British Columbia
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Placing plastic straws, a life sustaining accessibility tool, under the same restrictions for sale as tobacco products is overly harsh, and detrimental to the dignity and inclusion of disabled peopleThe Conversation

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