Did you know that March is Women’s History Month?
Join us in celebrating 14 Black, disabled women who have had a powerful impact on American history.
As Stephanie Mullen (a Personal Agent at UCP Connections) says, “Their work has left a legacy of bridge-building, radical self-love and advocacy.”
They include the famous poet Maya Angelou, who experienced a disability called “selective mutism."
They also include Claudia Gordon (the first Black deaf lawyer in America), and Lois Curtis—the woman behind the L.C. v. Olmstead case.
Learn more about them here.