Charlotte Ferrigno-Whitaker

As a milenial with muscular dystrophy I have been able to benefit from the years of fighting by those before me for people with disabilities. As a woman, I have been able to benefit from the years of fighting by those before me for women’s rights. And as an American, I have been able to benefit from the years of fighting by those before me for civil rights of all ethnicities, races, and creeds. We find ourselves at a time where we have to protect all that we have accomplished. We need to make sure that we are progressing and not moving backward. We are one human race. That’s who I’m marching for!

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A young woman in a gray tee shirt with a long brown braid over her shoulder sits in a wheelchair with a sticker-covered lapdesk and an open Mac Book.  She looks at the camera, smiling slightly.
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