The Role Of Disability Discrimination In Society

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In the earth there are over one billion individual people who have disabilities. These disabilities range from a number of thing and can happen for many different reasons. These disabilities can be both physical and mental disabilities. Although there is a wide array of disabilities they have one thing in common, many of these people suffering from these disabilities suffer from the same thing, discrimination. Why should these people experience discrimination? It’s not their fault they were born with a certain disability or had an accident causing then to have a disability. Luckily steps have been taken in the right direct to end this discrimination in society. Thanks to political advocates that fight for the disabled, they are beginning to…show more content…
Human rights are not awarded to a person through the government they are just a natural part of society. https://mycourses.utrgv.edu/bbcswebdav/pid-3165093-dt-content-rid-22548691_1/xid-22548691_1. This is the key catalysis in the movement to try to end disability discrimination. He all men and women are given the exact same human rights at birth then why do we treat disabled people differently. As a society we need to stand by what we believe is fair and make change to what is fair, not just stand around, and let these people be treated like…show more content…
The awareness is not their so a person would rather ignore them that to no know what they are dealing with. People often don’t understand the type of disabilities they have. When a person see disabled person that is wheel chair bound they automatically assume that they too have some type of metal disability as well which is most of the time false. Taxis fail to stop for disabled people due to them thing that extra help would have to be done. When in reality people in wheelchairs need no additional help loading in the chairs. Carlson, T. (2013, December 27). 6 Instances of Discrimination People with Disabilities Face Every Day. Retrieved February 12, 2018, from
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