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I HAVE A DREAM

        "our civil rights movement"

MLK set the way for so many of us trying to achieve civil equality, after a disability such as brain injuries our rights and participation in our own lives is taken away or sometimes abandoned in the confusion. People begin to believe we do not matter as much as we once did because of our disability, but it is that very disability that makes us who we now are. As we become strong as a community we can begin to strive for equality learning from others. To this day there is no standard of care from state to state or city to city for that matter. We are tossed into a system that’s backlogged up to 6 months or more. Meanwhile most often we are drugged up until they can deal with us. The path of destruction that the delayed treatment causes in the lives of those affected by Brain Injury is usually non-reparable and takes the very lives and souls of those surviving for years and sometimes a life time.

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