Michigan Disability Rights Coalition (MDRC), using a grant provided by the Michigan Developmental Disabilities Council, has begun a multi-year project to focus on increasing education and resource access to people with intellectual and developmental disabilities in the state of Michigan. The program seeks to engage adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, parents of children with intellectual and developmental disabilities and local organizations that provide services to people within these groups. MDRC encourages individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities from communities of color, individuals with English as a second language and people representing historically oppressed groups to consider participating in the cohort experience.

About Michigan Disability Rights Coalition

MDRC grows disability pride and strengthens the disability movement by recognizing disability as a natural and beautiful part of human diversity while collaborating to dismantle all forms of oppression.

MDRC envisions a world where people with disabilities:

-  Live full lives within the community with equal rights, equity and opportunities.
-  Are valued as essential and vital members of the community.
-  Can be their full selves, in all their identities, in all aspects of their lives
-  Have space for self-discovery, to cultivate community, and to develop pride.

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* 1. What cohort are you applying to participate in?