It's Hard to March When You Can't Walk
That's just one of the things I learned when I went to cover the Women's Non-March for disabled people earlier this year. The Non-March was a response to the 2019 Women's March which was rocked by accusations of anti-semitism among some of the organizers. That lead some groups that had first banded together to protest the Trump administration in 2017 to distance themselves from the organization. That the Women's March organizers were also hostile to disabled people received less notice in the press. Here's Ability Fierce trying to correct that.