B Keri Isbell

I have a neurological condition that would make marching difficult for me. As a disabled woman receiving medical assistance, it is quite obviously in my best interest to oppose the incoming presidency and the unsympathetic administration that threatens so many facets of what was trending toward a kinder, more accepting way of life in the United States. I am equally concerned for my fellow citizens who stand to lose so much in the coming four years. Though I cannot physically march, I am proud that my daughters and friends will. I am grateful to have an opportunity to pledge my support by participating in the Disability March!

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