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Michigan Disability
Rights Coalition

Our Work

Our mission is to cultivate disability pride and strengthen the disability movement by recognizing disability as a natural and beautiful part of human diversity while collaborating to dismantle all forms of oppression.

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Michigan Assistive Technology Program

The Michigan Assistive Technology Program (MATP) is a program for people with disabilities, by people with disabilities.

LEAD Program

The LEAD project provides communities of color with increased access to disability education and resources to account for the significance of institutionalized oppression and white supremacy on their outcomes.

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Art & Play Day

[Image Description: A graphic flyer with colorful paint splatter and paint brush strokes. The flyer includes various photos from previous art events hosted by Zot Artz. The images include children smiling while using the bubble maker, whirl toys, paint rollers, and painting sticks. The tools are attached to wheelchairs and power chairs and being used with the assistance of Dwayne from Zot Artz." End Image Description]
Join us for an Inclusive Art & Play Event. MI Disability Rights Coalition is partnering with Zot Artz to host a FREE and memorable event for families in Michigan to come together. At this event everyone will have FUN and EVERYONE will be included. Families can create art and enjoy other fun activities, toys, and games. All activities can be enjoyed by people with and without disabilities.
A person with dark brown skin smiling in a tan and white polka dot shirt wearing glasses and white headphones sitting in a black wheelchair typing with a lounge space blurred in the background.

Make Your Voice Heard – Hearing Loss

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MDRC envisions a world where people with disabilities are valued as essential and vital members of the community.