BUILDING A MOVEMENT
Youth with and without a disability, with the support of adult allies, had the vision to inspire a movement of people that would influence social change. Using their collective voices, this youth-driven advocacy movement is rewriting the narrative of disability held by our society.
What it Will Take
Members of the movement believe that an intentional effort to educate, convene and inspire people to think differently about “disability” is required in order for citizens to build communities where every person can be seen and expected to make valuable contributions. We also believe that meaning relationships have the power to reduce community isolation.
What We Need To Change
Youth: Their Role In This Movement
Re:Action4Inclusion has been a youth-driven movement since 2008. Led by a Youth Advisory C
Who We Are
Collectively, youth and their allies are beginning to see the impact they can have as they take action to shift the culture of their schools, and communities, as agents of change. Re